Regional Environmental Council

Regional Environmental Council

About Regional Environmental Council

REC is a grassroots environmental justice organization located in Worcester, Massachusetts--New England's second largest city. Founded in 1971, REC has been dedicated to building healthy, sustainable and just communities in Worcester and beyond for more than 40 years. 

The REC’s Food Justice Program has established itself over the past 15 years as reliable and effective at promoting community leadership and creating access to food for Worcester’s most food insecure communities. The Food Justice Program has focused its efforts on four project areas city wide: a community gardens network (UGROW), youth development through urban agriculture (YouthGROW), farmers markets and mobile markets and the Worcester Regional Food Hub. Learn more about the REC at


REC Community Farmers Markets & Mobile Markets
We accept Cash, Credit, Debit,  & SNAP.  50% off of all SNAP purchases, up to $20 off.

November 16th - December 22nd
**No markets on Nov. 23rd & 24th
REC's Mobile Farmers Market will be making 4 stops on
Wednesdays & Thursdays
throughout the city of Worcester!
  9am - 11am:  Green Hill Towers (27 Mount Vernon St)
  12pm - 2pm:  Family Health Center (26 Queen St)
  8am - 10am:  Seabury Heights (240 Belmont St)
  11am - 1 pm:  Worc. Senior Center (128 Providence St)


  • Special Programming