To cultivate social and economic justice in the local food system through dynamic, inclusive and creative collaborations across our diverse rural community.
We aim to promote systemic change in the development of a resilient local food system by prioritizing collaborations and partnerships around:
- Consistently connecting farm surpluses to emergency food sites and community-based organizations while closing the food loop through sustainable surplus redistribution.
- Increasing regional capacity to improve accessibility and cultural appropriateness in the local food system.
- Creating greater exposure to the valuable work of our local farmers.
- Cultivating awareness of and capacity to change inequalities in the food system by directly engaging community members through opportunities for hands-on reciprocity and creating a county-wide network for resource, knowledge, and wealth-sharing.