Keep up with the latest policy news, USDA Funding Announcements, and food systems happenings in the Northeast.
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In March 2020, as the COVID pandemic re-organized the way people shopped, cooked, and socialized, Connecticut officials quickly designated farmers’ markets as “essential businesses” to keep them open during the shut-down. This maintained farmers’ livelihoods, provided fresh food to residents, and offered a sense of normalcy during a turbulent season.
In Lewiston, Maine, Cooperative Development Institute (CDI) supported New Americans Mohamed Abukar, Batula Ismail, Seynab Ali, and Jabril Abdi in founding New Roots Cooperative Farm, the first immigrant-owned cooperative in Maine, with funding from USDA’s Outreach for Socially and Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers Program and a USDA Rural Development Socially Disadvantaged Groups Grant, as well as from private philanthropy.
How State and Federal Programs Support Farmers, Fishermen, Food Entrepreneurs, and Consumers in the Northeast
NESAWG'S response to the events that happened on Jan. 6th and our demands (lifted up from the Movement for Black Lives and the Working Families Party).
Learn how direct service organizations, non profits, activists, and community members tackled food insecurity in Kingston, NY.
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Guide to navigate food policies post election.
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