Growing Food. Growing Community. Growing Connection.

Sustain your own community for in so doing, you sustain the world.
Francie Randolph

The Sustainable CAPE Mission

Sustainable CAPE’s mission is to celebrate local food while inclusively educating about the health of our bodies, community, and environment. We demonstrate the direct link between local food, sustainable health and wellness, and the importance of preserving the fragile land and water resources that directly enable our local harvest. Our goal is to educate, empowering individuals to become agents of change – thereby creating a decidedly more delicious, healthy and sustainable world.

Vision, Values, & Strategy

Learn about our vision and how we'd like to get there with our community.
Strategic PlanThe Learning Gallery

Sustainable CAPE Events & Harvest Highlight Series

Join us in celebrating local food!

Engaging all ages in learning about nature through agriculture & art

Growing Community

Get to know your local harvester through our Harvester Highlight video series–the newest aspect of our Growing Community program.

Join Our Food Equity Internship 


The Food Equity Internship is a student program that supports food access and affordability on Cape Cod.

Sustainable CAPE in the News

Sustainable Cape Visit
Governor Baker signed the Farm to School proclamation- and we were invited along with a small group of advocates from around the State to join him. It was a wonderful day at the State House with the children who’d testified to make this a reality… Here’s to the power of using our voices for positive change!
Thank you Island Grown Schools and Mass Farm to Schools for all your hard work. We love collaborating with you!

Land Acknowledgement

The organization Sustainable CAPE acknowledges that it was founded and built upon unceded Native homelands of the Wampanoag Nation, People of the First Light, in Truro, Massachusetts. Truro is on the lands of the historic Paomet Wampanoag tribal village, near the villages of Nauset and Potanumicut, to name just a few… (read more)