Keely Curliss

Alongside my partner and community we cultivate traditional foods for the purposes of seed stewardship and food for free distribution to nipmuc and neighboring tribal families. We use practices that support the health of the land and maximize the health of the food we harvest. Our farm has been incubated at different sites and is supported through our relationship to eastern woodlands rematriation collective. We have primarily produced traditional corn, beans, and squash varieties, pumpkins, sunchokes, sunflowers, herbs, tobacco, gourds and some medicinal plants and flowers. My partner has also raised lamb and chickens and we plan to bring livestock back into our practice. 

Grantee Information

Year(s) Awarded: 2023