LA Grown: A Guide for Urban Growers
Give to people and the planet. Support a better food system on #GivingTuesday
Do you want to see more LA-grown produce at farmer’s markets? Do you want to see LA’s urban farmers thriving in the Good Food economy?
So do we. We are excited to announce the release of LA Grown: A Guide for Urban Farmers.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year….to BUYCOTT.
Did you know that Giving Tuesday is the largest global giving day all year? We're excited to be a part of this worldwide event, providing you with a chance to nourish and give back to the Good Food community and support our work to build a food system that serves all Angelenos!
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Street vendors are small businesses too! This holiday season, support L.A. street vendors. There’s no better time to vote with your dollar and support entrepreneurs that are building a more inclusive economy for Los Angeles.
Whether it’s catering for your holiday party, food to fuel your holiday errands, or a social media shout out for your neighborhood vendor, #SupportLAStreetVendors.
A Dream Deferred: What “A Better Farm Bill” means for Racial and Economic Justice in Los Angeles and Beyond
In order to build an inclusive Good Food movement, we need to know how we are serving LA's diverse communities. These responses will help us develop our programming for 2019 and beyond. Everyone who completes this 10 minute survey by Monday November 26th will receive 5% off any ticket type for our biennial Good Food Gala in June. PLUS you'll be entered into a raffle to win a prize!
We Stand Against Public Charge.
One of my fondest childhood memories is sitting at the feet of my Great-Granddaddy in his small one bedroom apartment in South LA, listening to his remarkably vivid stories of growing up in rural Alabama. The grandson of a slave, Sam Lee remains the most resilient, strongest, bravest and most stubborn man I’ve ever known.
City leaders tackle food security, jobs and the economy at Food Day at LA City Hall
In September 2018, the Trump Administration proposed changes to the federal “public charge” regulation, which if approved, will have devastating impacts on immigrant children and families across the country.
City Councilmember David E. Ryu and Los Angeles Food Policy Councilhosted hundreds of community members at the 8th Annual Food Day celebration at LA City Hall; City Council honors the late Jonathan Gold as citywide Good Food Champion, votes on policy to address food security.