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50 F St. NW, Suite 500Washington, DC 20001
Fosters strategic partnerships and creates global connections to engage diverse institutions in building the public and political will to end hunger in the United States and globally. This alliance has been influential in hunger and food aid policy both domestically and internationally. Membership restricted to organizations and institutions.
1 Harpst StreetArcata, CA 95521
Health-related research and policy center.
Education/research centers and programs, Hunger, food security, and food access, Policy advocacy, Youth development and food systems
820 First St. NE, Suite 510Washington, DC 20002
Works at the federal and state levels on fiscal policy and public programs that affect low- and moderate-income individuals and families. One of the major policy forces in Washington, D.C., from the standpoint of hunger and food assistance policy, especially related to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Also an important informational resource for exploring how SNAP functions state by state and understanding the causes and extent of food insecurity.
P.O. Box 28577Seattle, WA 98118
City-grown fruit is a resource for the entire community. Because most residential tree owners can’t—or don’t—use all the fruit produced on their properties, much of it falls to the ground and rots.In addition, much of the fruit grown in urban landscapes is infested with preventable pests. City Fruit works neighborhood by neighborhood to help residential tree owners grow healthy fruit, to harvest and use what they can, and to share what they don’t need. City Fruit collaborates with others... read more >>
Environment and conservation, Hunger, food security, and food access, Policy advocacy, Urban agriculture and food systems
3830 SE Division St.Portland, OR 97202
Dedicated to building strong, sustainable, local and regional food systems that ensure access to affordable, nutritious, and culturally appropriate food to all people at all times. Focuses on policy advocacy and organizing, including farm-to-cafeteria projects. They run an annual national conference that brings together many varied leaders and organizations. A great conference for anyone interested in quickly learning about the issues and leaders of the good food movement.
408 Sherman, Suite 301Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
Community Roots works to connect people, including people of limited means, with the land that feeds them. Roots operates a charitable CSA and a fresh food distribution system connecting community gardens and backyard gardeners with local food assistance facilities.
Activist networks, Business incubators, Hunger, food security, and food access, Urban agriculture and food systems, Youth development and food systems
400 N. Capitol St. NW, Suite G100Washington, DC 20001
Operates Congressional Hunger Fellows Program, which trains and inspires future leaders who work to end hunger and advocate for public policies that address food insecurity. One of the major policy forces in Washington, D.C., from the standpoint of hunger and food assistance policy, especially related to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
1000 East 30th StreetChattanooga, TN 37404
Crabtree Farms was founded in 1998 with the vision of renewing urban agriculture in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Crabtree Farms is an urban teaching farm with a mission to connect Chattanoogans with our local foodshed. Crabtree Farms has 6 employees, 15 WorkShare hands, and teaches over 1,000 volunteers a year. We love growing food with our community! Programs and services at Crabtree Farms meet community needs from educating community gardeners to awareness about our local food system. Crabtree... read more >>
Education/research centers and programs, Farmer training, networks, and resources, Urban agriculture and food systems
P.O. Box 12311Gainesville, FL 32604
Florida Certified Organic Growers and Consumers, Inc. (FOG) provides sustainable nutritious solutions to the issues facing farmers, families, and everyone in between. FOG’s Education & Outreach projects generate knowledge, share resources, and apply the expertise of FOG that advance organic agriculture and healthy and just food systems. FOG educates about the benefits of organic and sustainable agriculture, presenting at educational opportunities to a wide audience ranging from school... read more >>
Activist networks, Conscious consumers, Education/research centers and programs, Environment and conservation, Farmer training, networks, and resources, Hunger, food security, and food access, Policy advocacy, Urban agriculture and food systems, Youth development and food systems
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121 Franklin St SEGrand Rapids, MI 49507
The Food & Nutrition Coalition is a collaborative group of agencies and individuals working to ensure that all people of Kent County have access to safe, affordable and nutritious food. The Food & Nutrition Coalition provides the community a platform for communicating, data- and resource sharing, streamlining services and initiatives, and jointly identifying and addressing common issues. The Food & Nutrition Coalition is a subcommittee of the Kent County Essential Needs Task Force... read more >>
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