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The Food Mover - IFFS' Monthly Newsletter
September 2, 2015

Summer Newsletter: Back to School, Back to Food

Featuring a letter from Jill, big news in Durham, BackPack Buddies buzz, Plant-A-Row behind the scenes, HungerFreeNC look-back, volunteer spotlight & more!Read More▸

July 31, 2015

3 ways your garden extras feed the hungry in our community

Generous gardeners donate surplus produce to IFFS via the Plant a Row for the Hungry program. Here's how that healthy food reaches neighbors in need...Read More▸

July 1, 2015

Raleigh might look to Capital Area Food Network for help with urban agriculture

City leaders are looking for input on how to make Raleigh more friendly to urban ag, and they might turn to a group of local food boosters for help.Read More▸

June 30, 2015

June Newsletter: Teaming Up for #HungerFreeNC

Featuring a letter from Jill, unique solutions to summer hunger, CJTP & Teaching Farm celebrations, special corporate food donation, & volunteer spotlightRead More▸

June 6, 2015

IFFS Teaching Farm – Pulling Weeds to Prep for New Seeds

Centerline is proud to partner with The Teaching Farm. It’s a great volunteer opportunity where every job contributes to the same goal – relieving hunger.Read More▸

From left to right: Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Farm Manager Kay Coleman, Incubator Farmer Jesse Crouch of NC Regrown, Incubator Farmer Maria of LuLu’s Farm, Lucky 32 Executive Chef Russell Shinn, and Lucky 32 Sous Chef Jonny Hazel.
May 27, 2015

Spring’s Bounty of Fresh, Local Vegetables and Fruits | Lucky 32 Blog

As I perused the rows of the freshest produce possible at IFFS' Teaching Farm in Raleigh, ideas for new Lucky 32 menu items flashed through my mind.Read More▸

May 19, 2015

Building Community Gardens, Building Healthier Selves

Eliza Bordley, IFFS Durham Food Security Manager, manages the BCBSNC Community Garden on the Durham campus with a passion for sustainable agriculture.Read More▸

May 19, 2015

Food Shuttle cuts ribbon on new Teaching Farm ‘Village’

Whether it’s raining, or whether the sun is shining way too high, the new classroom gives our Incubator Farmers an opportunity to continue learning indoors.Read More▸

April 17, 2015

WakeMed Farmers’ Market bringing fresh, healthy food into Southeast Raleigh Food Desert

IFFS is collaborating on the WakeMed Farmers’ Market, located in the SE Raleigh food desert to increase access to healthy food.Read More▸

March 31, 2015

March Newsletter: Healthy Food, Not ANY Food

"Cheap high-calorie food is the enemy, but that is often the only option for families living in food deserts," writes Jill Staton Bullard.Read More▸

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