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2022 Give One Grantee Profile: Common Good City Farm

2022 Give One Grantee Profile: Common Good City Farm

Many of the food access projects you support through your everyday purchases of Michele’s Granola, particularly the urban farms and gardens, are so much more than food growing operations. They are also vibrant public spaces and activity centers that build community while driving sustainable change in public health.

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2022 Give One Grantee Profile: Crossroads Community Food Network

2022 Give One Grantee Profile: Crossroads Community Food Network

Introducing the Crossroads Community Food Network The Crossroads Community Food Network (CCFN) was established in Langley Park, Maryland, in 2007 to improve healthy food access and economic opportunities in agriculture and food production for the Crossroads community’s primarily low-income Latin, African and Asian immigrant residents. From the beginning, the organization has been focused on providing support for minorities and immigrants to start or grow local food businesses, including the opportunity to sell their fresh, healthy goods at the organization’s newly established weekly Crossroads Farmers Market. The market intentionally recruited BIPOC producers and featured a culturally diverse array of foods to...

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Help Us Discover the Next Limited Edition Variety

Help Us Discover the Next Limited Edition Variety

Creating granola with delicious, wholesome ingredients, craveable flavor combinations and crispy texture is what we do best. Our Limited Edition series gives our team the opportunity to flex their creativity and play with ingredients and flavors that aren't part of our usual mix, and the results have been supremely delicious! We asked our staff, from the warehouse team to kitchen managers, and bakers to packaging associates, to share their ideas for the next great Limited Edition variety, and they did not disappoint.  Now we need your help to choose which one we should bake. Here's how this will work: -...

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2022 Give One Grantee Profile: Farm Alliance of Baltimore

2022 Give One Grantee Profile: Farm Alliance of Baltimore

The Farm Alliance of Baltimore (FAB) is a non-profit member-based organization of urban farms, community gardens and independent growers using connection, resource sharing and collective advocacy to help city residents grow food where they are to feed themselves and their communities. Co-Executive Director Mariya Strauss says they consider themselves “a home for anyone growing food, fiber or livestock in the city,” and over 45 farms, gardens and individual members have now taken up residence and benefit from its year-round programs and services. The FAB began to take shape in 2011 and has since been supporting urban food production by way...

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