Sharing Indigenous Cooking Traditions in New Mexico
In 2021, FoodCorps worked alongside thousands of advocates and partners to support important federal and state policies. Here’s an overview.
Problems with the supply chain, staffing shortages, and COVID-19 safety protocols affect school districts ability to serve healthy food.
The future of the Build Back Better Act, and other food and education policy updates you need to know this month.
FoodCorps applauds policymakers’ actions to keep provisions intact around school meals, kitchen upgrades, and nutrition education.
With the Walmart Foundation’s investment, FoodCorps will provide schools with resources to boost exposure to healthy foods.
MolinaCares is funding FoodCorps’ evidence-based lessons teaching kids how to make healthier choices every day.
Collins, with 15 years of experience, will lead FoodCorps’ efforts to address inequities in our food and education systems.
Native American Heritage Month is both an important observance and a problematic time, writes Carrie Ann Back.
FoodCorps’ New School Nutrition Pilot Program will address school food and nutrition education programs at the district-level.
We urge Congress to prioritize child nutrition in the Build Back Better Act, including the bill’s provisions for food education.