Highlights & Happenings
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Urban farming contributes to increased food security and food access in many communities and helps people understand how food is grown, what’s in season, and how far most of it must travel before we purchase it.
Race and geography can both contribute to a family’s ability to access to healthy foods.
We’re back and we’re ready to get cooking! Sign up for a box of fresh and locally-sourced ingredients, recipes, and an opportunity to cook with family and friends delivered right to you!
Our people are planting glorious seeds of change. Together we are building a city and world where Black bodies and Black lives can move freely with agency and choice. We must keep our focus. Police violence and the killing of Black and brown bodies must end.
Programs like Appetite For Change’s Youth Community Cooks Night program offers youth a chance to learn about nutritious cooking, and have some fun in the process.
Chef Lachelle Cunningham talks out Soul Food: what is it, how is the tradition commonly (mis)understood, and her favorite dishes!
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