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Video: Wrapping up 2020 at the Community Farm

We had an incredible 2020 season at the Community Farm at Roundabout Meadows! Thanks to the tireless work of over 470 volunteers, we donated more than 25,000 pounds of fresh, locally grown produce to our partners at Loudoun Hunger Relief!

What was expected to be a slow and steady increase in production this year turned into something much more, as PEC worked to respond to the local impacts of Covid-19. We increased production by 4x what it was in 2019!

We need your support as we plan for the fast-approaching 2021 season. Make a donation today.

Read more about this season at the farm and the rest of PEC’s Farm to Food Pantry Initiatives

2014 Photo Contest Winners & Finalists

2014 Photo Contest Winners & Finalists


We asked you to pick your favorite photos in four different categories — Local Farms and Food, Native Plants and Wildlife, Beautiful Landscapes, and our new Youth Category. Congrats to Patricia Temples, Denise Machado, Tom Lussier, Jacob Chang-Rascle for their respective category wins!

Top Photo in Local Farms and Food

Cows Have the Best View” by Patricia Temples

Top Photo in Beautiful Landscapes

Round Bales” by Tom Lussier


Top Photo in our Youth Category

Star Trails in Old Trail” by Jacob Chang-Rascle

Top Photo in Native Plants and Wildlife

Tree-o of Owlets” by Denise Machado

Thank you!

Thanks again to everyone who participated — the voting was very close all around. The runners-up in each category were “Mama Bear” by Deborah Kozura, “Canoe Fan” by Cassandra Brown, “I Can See You” by Debby Taylor, and “Cut Over Timber” by Grace Wilbanks.

You can see all of this year’s submissions by visiting our Flickr Group. We can’t wait to see next year’s submissions!