Farm to Table’s mission is to build a local, healthy, equitable and sustainable food system. Farm to Table collaborates with … Read more
Miles is a 2004 graduate of North Dakota State University, where he majored in anthropology and minored in political science. He conducted research on traditional medicine and health care at an anthropological field school in Tanzania, interned for Congressman Earl Pomeroy in Washington, D.C., and was chosen as a delegate … Read more
Closing New Mexico’s Rural Food Gap examined the scope and dynamics of access to fresh fruits and vegetables in northern New Mexico and solicited recommendations for community action.
New Mexico Farm to School Directory 2007: A Directory of Farmers, Crops, and Food Service Directors is a tool for farmers and food service directors to increase use of local produce in New Mexico Schools. It includes reources to assist … Read more
Closing New Mexico’s Food Gap describes options for increasing access to affordable and nutritious foods in rural and underserved areas of New Mexico and promotes grocery stores as a means of economic development.
Jimmy graduated from Wesleyan University in 2004 with a degree in Religious Studies. He worked as a crew leader at the Marin Conservation Corps, facilitating a crew of eight environmental educators, developing training opportunities, and coordinating AmeriCorps national service days. Jimmy has a sustained interest in agriculture and nutrition; he … Read more
Nicole is a 2006 graduate of Humboldt State University, with a degree in Human Communication and a minor in Leadership Studies. She was student body president, the official representative of the HSU student body to campus administrators, the local community, and the State of California. Nicole was also appointed to … Read more
16th Class, 2009-2010 Field Placement: New Mexico Community Foundation (Albuquerque, NM) Megan worked with middle school students to organize around issues of nutrition, wellness and hunger within their schools. She facilitated a youth photo project that explores how food informs … Read more
Daniel is from San Diego and graduated in 2007 from the University of California San Diego with a degree in human biology and a minor in music. He earned a Masters in Public Health from Boston University in 2009. He has served as a facilitator and peer educator at the … Read more
Harnessing Youth Voice in the Fight Against Hunger: The Role of Youth in Evaluating Federal Nutrition Assistance Programs Within Albuquerque Public Schools provides an overview of Albuquerque Public School students’ views on school meals and the pervasive problem of hunger … Read more
Hungry Souls, Richly Nourished provides policy and programmatic recommendations to increase student access, enrollment and participation in the National School Lunch Program in Albuquerque within the confines of school district budgets.
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