DC Greens

An organization using food access, food education, and food policy to advance food justice in the district.

Community Advocates Program

A training program that provides resources and support to residents with lived experience of food insecurity.
Service Category: Education

Good Food Purchasing Program

Creating a transparent and equitable food system built on dc greens core values.
Service Category: Food

Produce Plus

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.
(202) 888-4834 (Voice) English
Service Category: Food

Produce Rx

Allows medical professionals to prescribe fruit and vegetables to patients experiencing diet-related chronic illnesses (pre-diabetes, diabetes, hypertension) and experiencing food insecurity.
Insurance: Medicaid

Professional Development

Workshops, networking, approved farm field trips, seeds and seedlings, farmer trading cards
Service Category: Work

Rooting DC

Free, hands-on gardening workshops
Service Category: Education

School Food Collaborative

Support DCPS food and nutrition services through partnership and welcomes community feedback via School Food Advisory Board
Service Category: Food

School Garden Markets

Schools partner with one of three non profit food hubs (the Common Market, Community Foodworks, and Dreaming Out Loud).
Service Category: Food
2000 P St NW Suite 240, Washington DC 20036