Trustees Launch Community Hub Offering Culinary, Health, and Wellness Programs

The KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market officially opens for business August 19, offering a diverse line-up of free and paid culinary, health, and wellness programs for the community.

The 3,200 square foot, state-of-the-art demonstration kitchen serves as a community teaching, learning, and gathering place with 40 program collaborators, including REI, Boston Children’s Museum, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Project Bread, the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources and America’s Test Kitchen’s New Boston Cooking School.
An exciting line-up of local chefs, cookbook authors, and health/wellness experts will present cooking demos, healthy lifestyle classes, yoga and running clubs, and more.
The Trustees are the official programming partner of the Boston Public Market.

Open to the public. To view and register for programs visit:

Kick-off programming includes:

Wednesday, August 19, 2015
10 am: For the Love of Coffee with George Howell
6 pm: America’s Test Kitchen: New Boston Cooking School: Know Your Knives and How to Boil Water

Thursday, August 20, 2015
7 am: REI Hosts: Thursday Morning Yoga
8 am: REI Hosts: Thursday Morning Run Club starting at the Trustees’ Kitchen
9 am: Taste of the Season Presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts
9:30 am: 31st Annual Massachusetts Tomato Contest

Friday, August 21
7 am: Feel Good Fridays with Mindy Hinkel
For a list of daily and upcoming KITCHEN programming visit:

Boston Public Market
100 Hanover St. at Haymarket Station
Boston, MA 02113


The Trustees is Massachusetts’ largest conservation and preservation organization and the nation’s first land trust. Founded by open space visionary Charles Eliot in 1891, we conserve some of the best of Massachusetts’ natural, scenic, and cultural sites for the public to use and enjoy. We’ve held our “reservations” in “trust” for nearly 125 years and believe in protecting the irreplaceable for everyone, forever.

Supported by more than 100,000 members and donors and thousands of volunteers, The Trustees own and manage 113 spectacular reservations – from working farms and historic homesteads and landscaped gardens, to community parks, barrier beaches, mountain vistas and woodland trials – located on more than 26,000 acres throughout the Commonwealth. The largest private farm-land owner in the Commonwealth, The Trustees is committed to building a more sustainable food system through community supported agriculture (CSA) programs, farm stands, livestock operations, pantry donations, “food by prescription” programs, farmer apprenticeship programs, day camps, cooking classes, and community gardens. The organization offers more than 1,000 public programs, workshops, and events annually across the state. For more information, visit:

Media Contacts:
Katie Duncan, Trustees: 518-577-9806,
Stacy Grisinger, Elevate Communications,