Updated annually, a Richmond guide for finding fresh, local fruits and vegetables, mostly sold from the farm gate.
Created in 2011, a map resource of Richmond’s free and affordable food sources. The map includes community meals and low cost groceries. It is available in English and Chinese.
A 2010 report on community meal programs in Richmond. The data is a result of a series of meetings between most of the community meal providers, a survey, and anecdotal evidence.
Growing for the school year, can indeed be successful. The School Year Garden Toolkit helps garden coordinators to select, plant and harvest vegetables during the school year. Tips on where to source materials, how to plan for summer care, and lesson plans are also included.
In 2008, we hosted Richmond’s first food security conference entitled the Food For All Dialogue. The participants interacted in a World Café where ideas and visioning for the future were shared.