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|DESCRIPTION: These are NEEDS and OFFERS for specific mutual aid related to community food sovereignty and farmers. Online resource pages, media articles etc. will be added added to other tabs.||We are currently determining the best way to share administration of the list without potentially creating added formatting, organizational, and other challenges.|
|ORGANIZATION||CONTACT NAME(S)||PHONE||CITY/TOWN||STATE||COUNTY||WEBSITE||ORG. TYPE||ACTIONS UNDERWAY||OFFERS of Support & Resources||NEEDS for Support & Resources||MORE INFO|
|HEAL Food Alliance - Food System Resource List|
multiple and Bay Area
multiple & CA
|template for food system resource sharing, Bay Area resource list|
CT; ME; MA; NH; RI; VT
|Funding organization||$1,000 rapid response grants|
|Capital District Mutual Aid Network||multiple||NY|
multiple - Capital District of NY
|mutual aid network|
|Hudson Valley Mutual Aid Network|
|COVID-19 Food Hub NYC|
180 South Street
NYC and boroughs
multiple - NYC and boroughs
|Virtual food hub for finding food, resources for restaurants & restaurant workers||Virtual food hub for finding food, resources for restaurants & restaurant workers, donations, general resources|
|We Are Newburgh||Joe Alvarez||845-541-8475||Newburgh||NY||Orange|
|community services, food access||people power, experience and connections with municipal facilities for preparation, distribution, communication|
|Newburgh Enlarged City School District||845.563.3400||Newburgh||NY||Orange|
|school district||Daily free breakfast & lunch for students while schools closed; "Backpack" programs to provide home prepareable meals to students||people power, experience and connections with municipal facilities for preparation, distribution, communication||Beginning Tuesday, March 17th, the NECSD will be distributing meals from the refrigerated meal truck in the front of several of our schools and the Newburgh Free Library on a schedule that places the food truck at each facility for 15 minutes. School buildings will not be open. Therefore, children will not remain on site to eat the meal. They will take their meals with them. Also, the meals will only be for children. No adults can be fed under this program. Breakfast and lunch will be provided to each child under 18. If the student is enrolled in our schools and is over 19, they can show a district ID.|
Students can pick up their meals from any location site. They do not have to attend that specific school.Meal Distribution Schedule:
Meadow Hill School 10:00AM-10:15AM
124 Meadow Hill Road, Newburgh, NY 12550, Balmville School 10:30AM-10:45AM, 5144 Rte. 9W, Newburgh, NY 12550, GAMS 11:00AM-11:15AM 300 Gidney Avenue, Newburgh, NY 12550, Newburgh Free Library 11:30-11:45AM 124 Grand St, Newburgh, NY 12550, South Middle School 12:00PM-12:15PM 33-63 Monument Street, Newburgh, NY 12550, New Windsor School 12:30PM-12:45PM 175 Quassaick Avenue, New Windsor, NY 12553, Vails Gate STEAM Academy 1:00PM-1:15PM 400 Old Forge Hill Road, New Windsor, NY 12553, Temple Hill Academy 1:30PM-1:45PM 525 Union Avenue, New Windsor, NY 12553
|FeedHV Community Food Network||Brianna Merril|
518-432-5360, ext. 303 518-965-4145
|Newburgh||NY||Orange||http://feedhv.org||community services, food access||check with org directly||MAY (unverified) need delivery to families, transporting foods from the food bank warehouse to the pantries, helping hand out foods. Reach out directly|
|City of Newbugh Food Programs||Newburgh||NY||Orange|
|St. George's||(845)561-5355||Newburgh||NY||Orange||105 Grand Street||Feeding Program||check with org directly||MAY (unverified) need delivery to families, transporting foods from the food bank warehouse to the pantries, helping hand out foods. Reach out directly|
|St. Patrick's||Vicki||(845)561-5023||Newburgh||NY||Orange||55 Grand Street||Soup Kitchen||check with org directly - M-F 9:45- 10:30AM (breakfast) and 11:45-12:30PM (lunch)||MAY (unverified) need delivery to families, transporting foods from the food bank warehouse to the pantries, helping hand out foods. Reach out directly|
|St. Mary's||Marietta Allen||(845)566-1425||Newburgh||NY||Orange||Feeding Program||check with org directly- 3rd Fridays 8:15-12:00pm|
|Kingston City School District||Kingston||NY||Ulster||meals for students & families, sourcing from farmers via Kingston Food Coop coalition effort described below|
|Everett Hodge Center / Family of Woodstock / People's Place Kingston||see below|
email@example.com about this effort
Kingston & Woodstock
|NY||Ulster||community services, food access||Will be delivering cooked meals to families daily. Purchasing food from farmers to get to community care efforts - families, children, elders||DONATE here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/feeding-local-families-and-supporting-local-farms?utm_medium=email&utm_source=product&utm_campaign=p_email%2B4803-donation-alert-v5||"As many of you know, Kingston City Schools are closed for at least the next two weeks - this will have huge impacts on many of the 6,000 children in the school district who depend on their schools for nutrition and regular meals. Many parents are also going to be out of work, and struggling to make ends meet in the coming weeks and months. |
At the same time, our farmers are stuck with food that they were planning to sell, and are taking a hit now that farmers markets and other retail outlets are closed.
A coalition of local organizations is raising money to purchase food from local farms which will then go to Family of Woodstock and People's Place to make bagged lunches and hot meals for folks who need access to food. We are also planning to deliver meals to folks who can't leave home. Please consider making a donation of any size to help support our local economy and community members!"
|Kingston Food Co-op|
Katy Kondrat, Project Coordinator; Evelyn Wright, Verónica Martínez-Cruz & Sophie Ackoff, Council members
|co-op||Purchasing food from farmers to get to community care efforts - families, children, elders||DONATE here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/feeding-local-families-and-supporting-local-farms?utm_medium=email&utm_source=product&utm_campaign=p_email%2B4803firstname.lastname@example.org: "Hello Producers! Due to closures of farm markets and decreased demand by restaurants, several local groups are strategizing ways to get your product to market. If have product you need to sell, please reply to this email with a list of products and approximate poundage. We will direct your email toward the programs best suited for your needs.This is time sensitive, so please reply ASAP."|
|YMCA Farm Project||KayCee Wimbish|
email@example.com about this effort
|Kingston||NY||Ulster||farm||Purchasing food from farmers to get to community care efforts - families, children, elders||DONATE here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/feeding-local-families-and-supporting-local-farms?utm_medium=email&utm_source=product&utm_campaign=p_email%2B4803firstname.lastname@example.org: "Hello Producers! Due to closures of farm markets and decreased demand by restaurants, several local groups are strategizing ways to get your product to market. If have product you need to sell, please reply to this email with a list of products and approximate poundage. We will direct your email toward the programs best suited for your needs.This is time sensitive, so please reply ASAP."|
|Rondout Valley Growers|
Amanda Pierce, Administrative & Outreach Coordinator
email@example.com about this effort
|farmer-led nonprofit||Purchasing food from farmers to get to community care efforts - families, children, firstname.lastname@example.org: "Hello Producers! Due to closures of farm markets and decreased demand by restaurants, several local groups are strategizing ways to get your product to market. If have product you need to sell, please reply to this email with a list of products and approximate poundage. We will direct your email toward the programs best suited for your needs.This is time sensitive, so please reply ASAP."|
|Delivery service in Greene County for growers||Chrissy (referred by Shaylyn Decker of CCE)||(646) 413-2733||multiple||NY||Greene||delivery service for growers||deliveries of farm produce||If farms have already harvested produce she can help move it.|
|Planet Organic Farm, 9 Partners||David McGhee|
Southern Columbia & Northern Dutchess
|delivery service for growers||deliveries of farm produce||I can help with deliveries around southern Columbia and northern Dutchess counties if that helps. I would like to focus on servicing the elderly, but I'm equally interested in helping local farms get through.|
Dutchess & Putnam County
|@arascalrelish||deliveries of farm produce||I’m happy to help with any deliveries or organizing pickups in southern Dutchess and Putnam county. I have a station wagon and lots of free time. Not currently affiliated with any farm but have lots of market and relevant food safety experience.|
|Rise Up Kingston|
|food preparation, food and supply deliveries, facilitating intake calls, and other needs as they arise||Sign up to volunteer here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfe2DFUBwtNF3kmTb52_dWjhhEOlqFIpp8kkA4VQpqRFlhjoA/viewform||In light of the recent closure of the Kingston City School District and the declaration of a state of emergency in the City of Kingston, Rise Up Kingston is working closely with partner organizations here in Kingston to ensure that our community has access to the resources they need during this time of great disruption. As of now, we are looking for people who are willing and able to assist with a variety of volunteer efforts such as food preparation, food and supply deliveries, facilitating intake calls, and other needs as they arise. Please complete the form at the button below.|
|Seed Song Farm||Creek Iverson||(845) 383-1528|
|farm potentially offering child care, youth programs while schools closed, low income discounted CSA||sliding scale CSA||child care/youth programs while schools closed||"our youth education programs may continue for families who must have child care at this time, pending health department requirements and the results of a parent survey to learn if the programs would be valuable while schools are closed- fill out child care survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JRCMTB6"|
|Community Care Planning: Main Hub|
via Facebook - see website
multiple: "Community Pods" in
1 Chatham, 2 Hudson, 3 Ghent, 4 Catskill/Palenville, 5 Philmont, 6 Millerton, 7 Delaware County
|multiple - see Facebook pages linked||multiple - see Facebook pages linked||multiple - see Facebook pages linked|
|Hudson Area TimeBank|
|community-run share time and resources||see website|
|National Young Farmers Coalition|
|farmer member-based policy advocacy & resources||exploring avenues for direct financial support for farmers, market possibilities||team is available fo questions about best practices for engaging elected officials for relief efforts|
|Western Massachusetts Community Mutual Aid||Razz K. Cacho||multiple||MA||multiple|
Welcome packet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s7nxiKPSrAtfSyHDZwPz2M6O5SdiiF4a3z1k-capCXQ/edit?usp=drivesdk
|"I wanted to share this as a resource in light of last night's beautiful and helpful skillshare. I am currently part of a project in my area called Western Massachusetts Community Mutual Aid, one of our local response's to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the things we're doing is working towards creating neighborhood care pods, so we can be in contact and communication, at smaller, neighborhood levels, to see what our needs are, where/how we might be able to support each other in these times, or just provide support."|
|Catatumbo Cooperative Farms||Chicaco||IL||Cook|
|community collective, farms||Chicago volunteer sigm-up to help deliver meals, amplify news, run errands for elder and inmunocomprmised folks|
|Chicago COVID-19 Hardship Page||Kelly Hayes||Chicago||IL||Cook|
The Chicago COVID-19 hardship page created by Kelly Hayes for folks who need financial assistance or can support folks with funds. https://transformativespaces.org/2020/03/15/chicago-covid-19-hardship-and-help-page/?fbclid=IwAR1xnVAFQddpWke3AKC_yIgAS5Z_92HoyPWuJw2GdCq4qI6WVN4PteMCDQA
|"The Chicago COVID-19 hardship page created by Kelly Hayes for folks who need financial assistance or can support folks with funds. "|
|Beth's Farm Kitchen||Jodie Emmett & Guillermo Maciel||multiple||NY||mulitple|
farm & value-added processing
1- convert produce into jarred products that can be sold, 2- develop recipes for shelf stability, 3- use our market van (Dodge Pro-Master) & weekly trips to NYC in the efforts to move product in and out of the city or in the region, 4) refrigeration
|Deer Creek Collective Herb Farm||Kat Sidelnik||973-219-0358|
Farm or farmer cooperative
|Sliding Scale Herbal Medicine & CSA||Sliding Scale Herbal Medicine & CSA, Herbal Medicine Donations||Food & herbal medicine distributors, deliveries, pick-up points|
|New York City Mutual Aid list||Simone Johnson||NYC / boroughs||NY||multiple|
|mutual aid exchange sheet (see link)|
|Climate Justice Alliance Mutual Aid & Resources List||multiple||multiple||multiple|
|Foodshed Response Network (Northern CA)|
SF Bay Area; Northbay/Sonoma/Napa; Yolo/Sacramento Valley; Southbay/SF Pennisula/Santa Cruz; Eastbay; Monterey Bay Area; Other Northern California Region
mutliple - Northern CA
|Sunderland Farm Collaborative|
Sunderland, Whately, Deerfield, Hadley, Montague, Amherst, Pelham, Belchertown, Northampton, Florence, Easthampton, Conway, Greenfield, Turners Falls, Leverett
|Farm collaborative in MA with an online marketplace with home delivery on the Local Food Marketplace platform.|
|The Central Neighborhood/ Plant Grow Share||Minneapolis||MN|
|PLANT GROW SHARE, a project of CANDO (Central Area Neighborhood Development Organization), has been providing materials and knowledge on urban gardening throughout the neighborhood since 2015. We believe in creating opportunities for residents to grow food, community and personal empowerment. Plant-Grow-Share consists of three main parts: assisting new gardeners, community bonfires, and the little free farmers market.|
|The Seeding Resilience Initiative||Buffalo||NY|
|Food resources map|
|Hudson Valley Seed||Hans Hageman, executive director||Beacon||NY|
|With schools closed for the foreseeable future, our team is working creatively to bring garden education to our students. Our team of educators will collaborate with the teachers we work with to find innovative activities and lessons to offer our students from a distance.|
|Long Spoon Collective|
|The Edge Project||Lala|
|Hudson Valley Vertical Farms||Kathy Puffer||https://www.hvvf.net/|
|OKO Farms||Yemi Amu|
|helpful resource on aquaponics and hydroponics|
|The Hudson Valley Seed Company||Jack Whettam||5127208015|
|Seed Company||Seed donation program||Donation of seeds||n/a|
|Common Ground High School & Urban Farm // CT CORE // Sanctuary Kitchen||Disha Patel||2038489408|
Mutual aid network, Community-based food access and/or emergency food system, Farm or farmer cooperative, Migrant / Refugee services organization
as of wednesday, 3/18 started up a weekly emergency csa at the urban farm I farm/teach at for students/families in community. also received produce donations from trader joes to supplement the greens/eggs. been using precautions/health safety based off the cdc's/ dept of ag's notices. & amassed a group of staff/teacher/community volunteers to drive/deliver the produce to folx doorsteps while also keeping necessarily distance, etc. now working on getting "official" approval from the city's food service director/health folx on our systems in place. aim to keep this up on a weekly basis as long as we can. right now we are serving csa to 35 families. applied for an emergency grant. hope to up it to 50 & also work with more farms in area for sourcing ingredients.
funding. how to generate $ so we can pay farmers in area for more produce while also taking advantage of the local nutrious offerings for the folx who need it the most. & also how to keep up with wellness practices during these times. for students & organizers hustling in a fully digital space. so thankful to have farming rn. also! how to create community in the age of physical distancing esp with those that are the most vulunerable & with least amt of resources. some of the community alders i've spoken to in some of the most isolated areas of the city say how nervous folx are in even opening the door & responding to neighbors checking up on them
|we've got this ya'll|
|Rock Steady Farm||D. Rooney|
9178646198 and 6464107632
Mutual aid network, Community-based food access and/or emergency food system, Farm or farmer cooperative, Food delivery service
Food access via CSA boxes and wholesale to non-profits for low-income people in Dutchess County, Columbia County and NYC
Free and low cost produce, fruit, yogurt, eggs, meat and volunteer opportunities
We are seeking donations for our Food Access Fund during COVID-19 so that our LGBTQI+ and BIPOC low-income community have access to our CSA and fresh produce. This also helps our farm stay in biz and pay living wages to our mix race LGBTQI team of farmers. Donations are tax deductible through our 501(c)3 fiscal sponsor.
|We serve a mixed race population that includes BIPOC consumers and farmers. Majority LGBTQI+ people.|
|American Farmland Trust, Three Sisters Gardens||Samuel Rai Madrigal||3236293058|
Community-based food access and/or emergency food system, Farm or farmer cooperative, Farmer-led coalition or non-profit, Ag Land Protection
American Farmland Trust is currently pushing a Farmer Relief Fund of $1000 for all applicants
|I would like to connect people with this support system.|
Three Sisters Gardens has been operating on no budget for the last few years and has had difficulty getting access to funding. We could really use some support with getting access to funds as we expand into 5 garden sites this year.
|No, offered to all|
Farm or farmer cooperative, Farmer-led coalition or non-profit
Organizing weekly calls for Hudson Valley farmers in conjunction with the Hudson Valley Young Farmers Coalition
|Staff time to collaborate / support||N/a|
|Dutchess County Community Resources Web Map|
|klcccollective||Karen L. Culpepper|
|klcccollective.com||Instagram: @klcccollective Facebook: Karen L. Culpepper||Herbalist & Bodyworker, Apothecary, Product line|
|Richael Faithful||Richael Faithful|
|Instagram: @richael_faithful_folk_healer Facebook: Richael Faithful Folk Healer||multi-disciplinary folk healing artist and healing justice practitioner rooted in the African diasporic tradition of conjure. provides virtual healing support (ongoing during COVID-19).||Mailing List https://www.richaelfaithful.com/#reachback|
|Indigenous Environmental Network||Seattle||WA|
|COVID-19 Emergency Mutual Aid Fund|
|Cuir Kitchen Brigade|
|seeds, seedlings, compost distribution|
|Bronx Green Up|
|giving out speeds to Bronx Gardeners|
|Samiremail@example.com||conncections with East Bay (CA) emergency food distribution network|
|Coalition of Concerned Medical Professionals||Oakland||CA|
If anyone has expertise in the areas of establishing an managing an intentional community and/or off-grid living. Please contact me. I amculling together a resource bank for a newsletter/online speaking opportunities to share with a group of black women looking to start a networking of communities in the U.S. and abroad.
|Hartwood Farm||Maryellen Sheehan||3156322685|
Farm or farmer cooperative
None yet, planning to keep/expand getting produce to local food banks (or other Syracuse area food redistribution outlets) as crops come in.
We are experienced vegetable farmers and are happy to help provide technical growing assistance to others. We are happy to talk or email and help newer growers/community members in any way we can. For those close enough to the farm (Syracuse, NY area) we can help provide more in-person growing assistance if folks want/need.
|Green Earth Urban Gardens Inc||Maureen Regan||9178926565|
Food delivery service, Farmer-led coalition or non-profit, Emergency / disaster response organization
Fundraising for Frontline Healthcare workers , delivering food to house bound seniors
|We are already working in Queens to help the community||We are seeking funding for our Bee Farm||Our organization tend to work with seniors and underprivileged youth, especially learning disabled.|
|National Young Farmers Coalition||Holly Rippon-Butler||(518) 505-0618|
A group of Skidmore students have created a covid-19 landing page with links to three maps: one for local farms, one for school food, and the other for restaurant access. The goal is to provide a helpful resource for both farmers and consumers who are in need of help connecting to each other at this time.
We are now looking for helping getting the word out about these maps to farmers and restaurants so they can start listing their businesses, and to consumers so they can begin using this resource. It is open source and editable, so its usefulness will grow as people contribute to it. Please forward to your networks and be in touch if you have any comments, suggestions, or questions.
|Farmworker Association of Florida||Apopka||Florida|
|Asking for donations to support farmworkers|
|National Young Farmers Coalition||Michael Parker|
Helped Tianna Kennedy with the back-end google architecture of the https://www.the607csa.com/ which is our 26+ multi-farm CSA I run out here in the Catskills. As opposed to platforms such as Localline and Harvey, etc this setup is free to use (except for whatever website fees your online store incurs... in our case it's squarespace fees), and also that it's not branded, so make it your own!
Happy to help other farmers adapt in efforts to get quick/dirty/beautiful cooperatives/aggregations sites up and running.
|ROC United||Mai Nguyen|
Starting a fund to support Black, Indigenous, and POC regional farmers who are growing for their communities. Contact Mai to learn more.
|Collecting funding for restaurant workers who have lost their jobs|
|Ulster County Project Resilience|
community fund and local food distribution effort to support residents impacted by COVID-19. Meal assistance and day care for essential workers. The County secured over $2 million in funding in 24 hours, and is utilizing UCAT as well as partnering with municipalities and non-profits to deliver meals via local distribution centers. This new initiative helps residents in need and simultaneously provide support to small businesses. Ulster County is partnering with United Way and many other area organizations and businesses to mobilize food and services.
|Donate to help support the fund: https://www.gofundme.com/f/project-resilient. Also looking for people to make and donate meals: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=0WrrnsA12ESOi_DlxEyioxtynIO7HpVFvTmeMHlXhMlUQ0MxTTBGSVJGOTdZREswQjc1SUk5S1UxMiQlQCN0PWcu|
|Dutchess County Responds|
Marcus J. Molinaro, County Executive
|Whether you need help getting food, medications, or household essentials or you want to offer help and assistance through monetary donations, collecting or donating goods, volunteering, or more, we can help you!||Click here if you want to help: https://www.dutchessny.gov/Departments/DBCH/Dutchess-Responds-COVID-19.htm?fbclid=IwAR30hRtvQzObLduXyt50HvLy6b1-V-P7t0yVtUpW8DFP-nnG0MiY_fk2_TU#con1|
working with MDFMA, MWCOG and Delmarva Grown to create a directory of local food resources for direct sales.
|Fill out this form to list your farm info: https://futureharvestcasa.us16.list-manage.com/track/click?u=8279a7eab5d9a358b393ad56f&id=2cbeb31b43&e=6635512750.|
|Northeast Organic Farming Association of NY||Briana Alfaro|
Farmer-led coalition or non-profit
We are planning online farming and gardening workshops that will be available starting in June. Free for NOFA-NY members, by donation for non-members.
Technical assistance for farmers and gardeners. Help connecting, finding other needed resources.
While I identify as BIPOC, and I'm happy to serve as the first point of contact and help where I can, our current TA providers do not identify as BIPOC. If you prefer to reach them directly, feel free to do so by phone, 1.855.266.3269, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Program|
Devon Johnson, communications proj coordinator for VCE EMG
"Expanding food safety protocols in an evolving landscape" series for food processors/producers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPl4l4T2j38&list=PL7v9_-Pdw-QdAKd8EM__ABCKTMchs5AGb
COVID-19 guidelines for food banks, community gardens, farmers markets; most available in Spanish: https://ext.vt.edu/covid-19updates/resources.html
Virginia State University/VCE small farm outreach program: https://www.ext.vsu.edu/small-farm-outreach-program
"Get Gardening!" Beginning gardening series for home gardeners, collaboration with Virginia State University: https://www.facebook.com/VCEMasterGardenerProgram/live
**don't know if you need to publish this clarification but Virginia State University is an HBCU. Most of the Extension services in the south are cooperatively managed with an HBCU.
|Bread & Roses Community Fund||Caitlin Quigley|
215.731.1107, ext. 206
Mutual aid network, Community services
We are a community-based funder for local, grassroots community organizing groups. We recently launched the Solidarity Fund for COVID-19 Organizing in order to support groups who are doing work related to or impacted by COVID-19.
Our Solidarity Fund makes grants to local, grassroots community organizing groups who are doing work related to or impacted by COVID-19. Learn more here: https://breadrosesfund.org/solidarityfundapply/.
We are seeking donations of any size to support our Solidarity Fund. More info on how to donate here: https://breadrosesfund.org/solidarityfund/.
|For groups who are doing community organizing work related to or impacted by COVID-19.||No||No|
|Phillies Bridge Farm Project||Rhyston Mays||(708) 737-2391|
|New Paltz, NY||NY||Ulster|
Farm or farmer cooperative, Farmer-led coalition or non-profit
We currently donate 11 big CSA shares to partner organizations for their food distribution and nutrition programming each year.
As of 5/8, we have 8 big shares or 16 small shares available for purchase on a sliding scale (up to 50% subsidized) for those who cannot afford to pay at full price. Shares are available for pickup on farm, but we may be able to deliver to some applicants in New Paltz or Kingston if unable to commute to the farm. Apply for a sliding scale share here: https://form.jotform.com/8348392355516313
If you/your organization are in the New Paltz/Kingston area and are looking to collaborate with food producers, please contact me directly (communications will be shared with our food justice committee)! We welcome new partnerships that help fortify our local food economy and alleviate hunger/malnutrition.
We are currently looking for new avenues to donate/distribute vegetables.
|No, offered to all|
|Kingston YMCA Farm Project||KayCee Wimbish||845-332-2927|
Community-based food access and/or emergency food system, Farm or farmer cooperative, Farmer-led coalition or non-profit
Our farm in Midtown Kingston offers seedlings and fresh locally grown produce at farm stands located at the Y. We employee youth from the community to help connect and nurture our community. We are a member of the Kingston Emergency Food Collaborative.
fresh, local vegetables ay affordable prices. We accept SNAP, WIC & FMNP. Youth empowerment programs.
|No, offered to all|
|Seeding Resilience||Rebekah Williams, Samina Raja||7163593082|
Community-based food access and/or emergency food system, Seeding Resilience is a coordinated response to food inequities during and after COVID-19
Emergency food distribution through Feed Buffalo (https://www.feedbuffalo.org); and Freedom Gardens for Buffalo families facilitated by Food for the Spirit and the Freedom Gardens initiative (https://foodforthespirit.org)
Free food distribution through Feed Buffalo and free Freedom Gardens gardens for more than 50 Buffalo families and connections with gardening education and resources.
|Additional funding for additional gardens||No, offered to all|
The above organizations and initiatives (Seeding Resilience, Feed Buffalo, Freedom Gardens, and Food for the Spirit) are all facilitated by members of the Buffalo Food Equity Network (BFEN), a movement for Western New York’s new food economy led by communities of color, for communities of color.
https://thechallengernews.com/2020/05/freedom-gardens-will-establish-50-home-gardens-in-communities-with-high-rates-of-coronavirus/; https://www.buffalorising.com/2020/05/freedom-gardens/; https://buffalonews.com/2020/05/08/garden-advocates-want-residents-to-get-their-hands-dirty-in-the-name-of-better-health/
|Griffin Organic Poultry||Telli T Griffin||3522086095|
Farm or farmer cooperative, Food delivery service
|We deliver fresh poultry||Financial support needed||No, offered to all|
I am a woman of color farmer
|Western Connecticut Democratic Socialists of America||Carlos Pereira||4133468460|
Mutual aid network, social welfare & political advocacy 501c4
|Member involvement in networks in Stamford and Norwalk||See below||None thanks :)||Offered in solidarity to co-operative worker owners (but open to all)|
Passing along this helpful information from US Federation of Worker Cooperatives: "Global Village, worker coop farm member of USFWC, has a TON of seeds for mailing to anywhere, for suggested donation only. They need to move the seeds and it's a great opportunity to support and grow. Check it out: http://www.globalvillagefarms.org/cooperative-farming/seeds2020/
Select up to 100 seed packets per order (see images of seeds below) (minimum 10 packets). US addresses only. Email them at email@example.com if you would like a larger order or if the suggested donation is a financial barrier."
supporter and gardener :)
Global Village (worker coop farm member of US Federation of Worker Cooperatives)
Global Village, worker coop farm member of USFWC, has a TON of seeds for mailing to anywhere, for suggested donation only. They need to move the seeds and it's a great opportunity to support and grow. Select up to 100 seed packets per order (see images of seeds below) (minimum 10 packets). US addresses only.
|Rich Earth Institute||Julia Cavicchi||240-888-0209|
Community services, free fertilizer resource
Providing online trainings for people to learn how to safely fertilize their gardens for free with their own bodily nutrients
Free, pasteurized urine-based fertilizer product; online workshops; home use guide document; farmer consultations
|N/A||We are also accepting urine donations to our community scale program in Brattleboro. Info at https://richearthinstitute.org/get-involved/donate-urine/||No|
Florence Fang Community Farm (previously named Florence Fang Asian Community Garden)
Mutual aid network, Community-based food access and/or emergency food system, Farm or farmer cooperative, Community services, Food delivery service, Migrant / Refugee services organization, Farmer-led coalition or non-profit
COVID-19 Emergency Food Service Program
Black Farmers Program
Florence Fang Community Farm
Our COVID-19 Emergency Food Service Program helps feed hard-to-reach low income youth, seniors and their families in Bayview-Hunters Point, a historically underserved neighborhood in San Francisco. We work on crop production of fresh local produce to feed more neighborhood families who are in extra need due to COVID-19 sheltering requirements and food shortages. See our program description below:
• Coordinate services with SFM Food Bank so there is no overlap in households receiving food service. We have identified 75-80 families who still need food service delivered to them, with average household size of 5.6 persons and total of 448 hard to reach residents.
• Maintain contact with, youth, seniors and their families regarding their needs for food
• Schedule and coordinate volunteers to tend to and harvest existing farm plots of 20-30 vulnerable farmers who are unable to come outdoors.
• Activate additional farm land, coordinate volunteers to grow and harvest crops on this additional farming area.
• Plan growing schedule and acquire seeds for fast growing crops such as Bok Choy, Summer Squash, baby carrots
• Recruit and coordinate volunteers to deliver the crops that become ready to harvest on a weekly basis.
• Coordinate partnerships with food suppliers (SFM Food Bank and SF Produce Market) to get more food to distribute, and coordinate with local community partners (CYC and Faces-SF) to get additional volunteers
• Make sure all activities are conducted following COVID-19 health safety guidelines.
With this project we hope to accomplish:
• Providing weekly delivery of fresh produce and food staples for up to 75 residents who are vulnerable persons to COVID-19 and/or low income.
• Grow, harvest and distribute 1500 pounds of additional fresh produce for local families in need of healthy foods
Donations to support our COVID-19 Emergency Food Service Program and Black farmers' program!
Link to donate to our general fund: https://secure.squarespace.com/checkout/donate?donatePageId=56b2c5e63c44d86cf3305bbd&ss_cid=ecf580db-e22c-4f88-9228-b0758a87a937&ss_cvisit=1594217499622&ss_cvr=c0c516dd-8528-41dd-aa86-f7c851465902%7C1589930793010%7C1594155198348%7C1594217499142%7C15
Link to Black Farmers Program gofundme: https://www.gofundme.com/f/organic-urban-farm-in-the-bayview-sf
|Keep up to date with our programs on our Instagram @sf.asiangarden!|