Food Access

D.C. Nonprofit Tackles Food Insecurity with Community Fridges

Feed the Fridge fights hunger with community fridges.

How Can Nutrition Professionals Help the Food System?

A new paper outlines how dietitians and nutrition professionals can promote sustainable food systems.

New Project Assesses How Aquatic Species Support Sustainable Food Systems

New research provides a scientific foundation that will help decision makers integrate aquatic species into sustainable food systems.

COVID-19 Is Not the Only Cause Behind Rising Food Insecurity

The annual State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World report finds that food insecurity and malnutrition are steadily increasing despite efforts to reach zero hunger in 2030.

NYC Nonprofit Gives New Life to Brooklyn Community Garden

Brooklyn Community Garden is transformed by New York City’s largest land conservancy, New York Restoration Project.

NOLA Nonprofit Provides Hurricane Relief to Culture Bearers

Feed the Second Line works with culture bearers and elders across New Orleans to combat food waste and repair damaged roofs in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.

How to Help Louisiana Residents Impacted by Hurricane Ida

Consider supporting these 14 organizations providing hot meals, clean water, and other basic necessities in the wake of the storm.

NYC Nonprofit Provides Resources for Community Gardens To Combat Food Apartheid

New York City’s largest land conservancy, founded by actress Bette Midler, provides resources to restore community spaces.

Calling All Poets! Global Initiative to Celebrate 2021 World Food Day

Poetry X Hunger’s call for submissions shows that poetry can be an effective avenue for anti-hunger advocacy.

Hunger Relief Organizations Must Make Systemic Changes, Study Shows

A recent study from Duke University and WhyHunger calls for systematic, long-term changes in the food system.