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SBC Food Rescue: Business Outreach

SBC Food Rescue: Business Outreach

Does your business generate four or more cubic yards of solid waste per week? If so, then you are required to establish an organic waste recycling program. Donation of surplus food is one way to comply.  

The Growing Community Project

The Growing Community Project

As one of the original partners, the role of SBCFAN is to connect current and additional partners, align the project with new funding opportunities, and co-facilitate the community garden project. The global pandemic and economic crisis have negatively impacted the…

CALL TO ACTION: Local Farms Need COVID-19 Relief

CALL TO ACTION: Local Farms Need COVID-19 Relief

Information provided by the Farmers Market Coalition.  The majority of farmers selling local foods have suffered severe market disruptions due to COVID-19. U.S. Representative Alma Adams (NC-12) introduced the Local and Regional Farmer and Market Support Act (HR 8096) in the House of…

The best way to grow food in a city like ours is through food forest landscaping; here, a nectarine flowers next to citrus. | Credit: Brad Smith

Food Forest Landscaping

An article from Santa Barbara Independent, written by Brad Smith, considers how healthy lives can be achieved through food security, social justice, and climate adaptation. The article sheds light on how structural racism oppresses marginalized groups economically, socially, and health-wise…

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