White House Announces $1.7 Billion in New Commitments to End Hunger and Build Healthy Communities
by Kimberly Holland America’s Millennials have made food their cause. First, they’re just into it: 40% of people in their 20s are self-described foodies, according to one survey. Second, as a generation fired up about local and global issues, they care about where food comes from and making sure everyone has access to it. Twenty-three-year-old … Continued
Madyson Versteeg is a FoodCorps Service Member in Billings, MT. Billings, the largest city in Montana, has been my home for just under two months. I am still surprised by discovering a new café that uses local ingredients, by the rewarding interactions with numerous community members on a daily basis, and by the first snow on … Continued
Deb Eschmeyer, FoodCorps’ co-founder and Director of Partnerships and Policy, weighs in on the recent school lunch debate.
Annie’s® Grows Its ‘Gardens Of Goodness’ Initiative With Support Of FoodCorps Fellows
Oct 01, 2012 – Grants for Gardens and Sustainable Agriculture Scholarship applications are also available as part of Annie’s ongoing commitment to school gardens.