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Does Feast for the Future Fit Your Community?

Which Feast for the Future programs are a good fit for your community? Ask your team the following questions to help determine which programs could be a success.

Farmers Markets & Farmers Workshops

Are there farmers in your community?
If so, Farmers Markets or Farmers Workshops could be an appropriate program.

Are there farmers in your community that may have produce they could sell locally?
If so, Farmers Markets could be an appropriate program for your community.

Are there farmers in your community who may want additional information to strengthen their capacity?
If so, Farmers Workshops may be an appropriate program component for your community.

Family Gardens & Community Gardens, Orchards and Greenhouses

Are there community members interested in learning and/or practicing traditional food production?
If so, Family Gardens and Community Gardens, Orchards and Greenhouses may be appropriate for your community.

Are there community members who have personal plots that may be suitable to use as gardens?
Family Gardens may be an appropriate program component in your community.

Are there large community spaces suitable to use as Community Gardens, Orchards or Greenhouses?
If so, Community Gardens, Orchards or Greenhouses may be great for your community!

Edible School Gardens & Traditional Foodways Education Programs

Is there interest in your community in promoting healthy foods and nutrition among youth?
The Edible School Garden Program and Traditional Foodways Education Program may be appropriate program components in your community.

Is there support and garden space for a school-based program for elementary school youth?
The Edible School Garden Program may be appropriate program components in your community.

Is there support and space for youth to learn about traditional foodways?
The Traditional Foodways Education Program may be an appropriate program component in your community.