Policy and Organizing

What is the Most Important Thing We Can All Do to Help Change the Food System?

Food Tank asked summit speakers to answer: “In 140 characters or less – what is the most important thing we can all do to help change the food systems?”

Five Questions with Helen Dombalis of the National Farm to School Network

Food Tank recently had the opportunity to speak with Helen Dombalis, who was one of the speakers at the 2015 Food Tank Summit in partnership with The George Was

Top 10 Victories for a Better Food System in 2014

Food Tank highlights the top 10 victories for food systems in 2014.

Tune In to the Food Tank Summit Livestream: January 21-22 9AM-5PM EST

Watch the Food Tank via Livestream and join the conversation using hashtag: #FoodTank. Email questions to Questions@FoodTank.com.

Five Questions with Food & Water Watch’s Wenonah Hauter

Food Tank recently had the opportunity to speak with Wenonah Hauter of Food & Water Watch, who was one of the speakers at the 2015 Food Tank Summit in partnersh

Seven Awesome Food Organizations in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has seven top organizations named in the James Beard Foundation and Food Tank’s just-released 2014 Good Food Org Guide.

White House Takes Steps To Protect Bee Populations

President Obama acknowledges alarming scientific research pointing to considerable declines in pollinator populations and implements protective policies.

President Clinton and Global Leaders Inspired by Coalition of Immokalee Workers

The Coalition of Immokalee Workers is recognized by global leaders at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting.

World Leaders Come Together to Discuss the Interconnection of Landscapes, Agriculture and Climate

It is crucial to take a cross-sectoral journey toward sustainable landscape-scale development and climate resiliency.

Sign Food Tank’s Petition to Support a Tax on Harmful Sugary Drinks

The SWEET Act is a bill aimed to limit the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages by taxing each ounce of added sugar.