Schools partner with one of three non profit food hubs (the Common Market, Community Foodworks, and Dreaming Out Loud).
Free, hands-on gardening workshops
Support DCPS food and nutrition services through partnership and welcomes community feedback via School Food Advisory Board
D.C farmers market where customers receiving any federal benefit (SNAP, WIC, TANF, SSI Disability, Medicaid, Medicare QMB) can get $10 to spend on produce up to twice a week.
Allows medical professionals to prescribe fruit and vegetables to patients experiencing diet-related chronic illnesses (pre-diabetes, diabetes, hypertension) and experiencing food insecurity.
Workshops, networking, approved farm field trips, seeds and seedlings, farmer trading cards
Creating a transparent and equitable food system built on dc greens core values.
A training program that provides resources and support to residents with lived experience of food insecurity.
Nutrition education sessions.
300 Valley Ave SE