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We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization on a mission to reconnect communities to the natural good of the farm
Rebuilding Local Food Systems
with the Power of Community
The Westchester Local Food Project aims to connect and collaborate with organizations, schools, and the community at large to help rebuild a new, strong and sustainable local food system in Westchester, NY.
To broaden the reach of existing summer programs at our elementary schools,
To empower educators with agriculture knowledge,
To empower residents to grow food at home,
To create economic opportunity for local farmers and businesses,
To provide healthy locally-grown food to those in need, and
To sustain ourselves economically through our programs.
The Mt. Kisco Chapter will create a town-level experience of health, well-being, and community engagement by delivering an intimate connection with locally-grown food.
D.I.G. (Dealing In Good) Farm is a teaching farm that fosters community by providing hands on edible education to its volunteers and classes that will reconnect you to the nature good of the farm.
The First Presbyterian Church garden program was designed to address the negative impact of social isolation, food insecurity, and health disparities in the Mount Vernon community through leveraging a diverse group of community partners with experience across the food, educational spiritual and social service sectors to address the needs of the community’s most vulnerable residents.
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