10 Thoughtful Holiday Gifts Made by FoodCorps Alumni
FoodCorps service member Jonathan Rosser performs his poem “Roped Wings” at his service site’s garden in Stoneville, Mississippi.
After many twists and turns, Congress finally passed a package of spending bills for 2019. Some good news: more funding for food education!
Nadia Haile shares this poem about how her experience as a Michigan native and first generation Ethiopian-American connects her to her service.
Watch our Facebook LIVE to learn how to make your service member application shine! FoodCorps alumni and our recruitment staff answered questions about this year’s application and their respective experiences as former AmeriCorps service members.
The longest shutdown in history is over (for now); a new Congress means fresh voices in food policy; new climate change resolution impacts food and farming.
FoodCorps service members in California are engaging students in hands-on science and gardening lessons, teaching them about worms and compost.
FoodCorps service member Tracy Ryan delivers hands-on food education to kids in two elementary schools. The grant will support another year of service!