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Santa Barbara County Food Action Network Announces New Chair to the Executive Committee

Local impact advisor Kiah Jordan brings financial expertise to support SBCFAN's work in building food system resilience March 4, 2021, SANTA BARBARA, CA – The Santa Barbara County Food Action…

SEEAG Live Auction To Raise Money for Farm Fresh Mobile Classroom Van – March 25

Students for Eco-Education & Agriculture (SEEAG) is holding a live online auction March 25 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. to raise money for a Farm Fresh Mobile Classroom van.…

Voices From the Front Lines of America’s Food Supply

Local fisher Eric Hodge  is featured in this New York Times piece that highlights the experience of 11 workers from all links of the food supply chain and how they…

SEEAG Launches Child Wellness Initiative in Santa Barbara County

Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG) is launching its free "Santa Barbara County Child Wellness Initiative," program designed to educate and inspire children to eat healthy by adding locally-grown Santa…

Organic Soup Kitchen Meets Skyrocketing Demand for its Nutrient-Dense Soups

Organic Soup Kitchen (OSK), a SBCFAN Food System Resilience Grant recipient, was featured in Santa Barbara Independent for meeting the increased demand for nutrient-dense SoupMeals for those with cancer or…

California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program

Businesses and nonprofits are eligible for grants from $5,000 to $25,000 to cover costs incurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The deadline for first round of applications has been extended…

New Year, New Projects, New People

One could argue carrying on with the development and implementation of the Food Action Network during 2020, a year like no other, could pause. However, it was because of the…

Photo Credit: Katrina Malakhoff / Rooted Santa Barbara

Replantear la importancia de plantas y vegetales frescos en la mesa para las festividades de fin de año.

Por Rooted Santa Barbara Crédito de la foto: Katrina Malakhoff En este año desafiante, donde una pandemia nos cambió la vida, nuestro sistema de alimentación local se ha mantenido al…

Santa Barbara County Food Action Network Holiday Newsletter

SBCFAN collaborates with Santa Barbara County farmers markets, the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department, and Edible Santa Barbara to celebrate this season while supporting our local farmers, ranchers, fisherfolk, and food artisans during…

Santa Barbara County Food Action Network gives $150,000 in grants to nonprofits

The Santa Barbara County Food Action Network announced the recipients of its 2020 Food System Resilience Grants, totaling $150,000. Read the full article here.

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