The Growing New Farmers Program uses a mix of hands-on training in a USDA-Certified Organic Farm and classroom experience to prepare the next generation of farmers and food system leaders. Applications are now open for this eight-month program offered by Lowcountry Local First.
Mara Fleishman of the Chef Ann Foundation tells Food Tank why she quit the corporate food industry to focus on revolutionizing school lunches.
The Kitchen Community’s school learning gardens are rooted in hands-on teaching, sustainable school food, and applicable life skills. These oases are outdoor classrooms for communities with limited resources and a lack of green spaces.
By combining medical knowledge with culinary skills, Tulane and other medical schools hope to provide physicians with enhanced nutrition training to improve patient health.
BCFN’s YES! Research Grant Competition supports sustainable research from young scientists.
Justin Vandenbroeck and Fred Lake of Fleet Farming Oakland share their experience building a hyper-local food system powered by bike fleet and supported by community.
Ted Monk, Vice President of Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility of Sodexo North America, is speaking at the third annual D.C. Food Tank Summit, Let’s Build a Better Food Policy.
Christopher Bradshaw, Founder and Executive Director of Dreaming Out Loud, Inc., is speaking at the third annual D.C. Food Tank Summit, Let’s Build a Better Food Policy.
Dr. Julie Howard, Senior Advisor, Michigan State University and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), is speaking at the third annual D.C. Food Tank Summit.
Food Tank had the opportunity to speak with Narendra Varma, founder of Our Table Cooperative, a multi-stakeholder cooperative located in Sherwood, Oregon. Our Table has 58 acres of farmland, a grocery, and numerous farm-based educational opportunities, and the organization incorporates the interests