Food Tank’s Inaugural Seattle Summit is just a couple of weeks away, and we’re excited to connect and collaborate with our members and member organizations in the Pacific Northwest. The region is home to an array of groups working to grow nutritious food, reduce hunger, and promote sustainability, including nonprofits, foundations, university centers, and more!
The Summit, titled “Growing Food Policy,” will be held in partnership with the Environmental Working Group, Food Action, Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB), the Natural Resources Defense Council, and Seattle University’s Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability on March 17, 2018.
Leading up to the Summit, Food Tank is highlighting 34 organizations to watch in and around Seattle, Washington:
- 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living
- Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability at Seattle University (CEJS)
- City Fruit
- Community Alliance For Global Justice (CAGJ)
- Community to Community Development
- Familias Unidas por la Justicia
- Fields Oceans Ranches Kitchens Stewards (FORKS)
- Food Empowerment Education and Sustainability Team (FEEST)
- Food Lifeline
- Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB)
- Got Green
- Northwest Agriculture Business Center (NABC)
- Northwest Harvest
- Organic Seed Alliance (OSA)
- Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center
- P-Patch Community Gardening Program
- PCC Farmland Trust
- Pike Place Market
- Puget Sound Food Hub
- Readers to Eaters
- Seattle Farmers Market Association
- Slow Food Seattle
- Sustainable Seattle
- The Beecher’s Foundation
- The Bread Lab at Washington State University
- The Non-GMO Project
- Tilth Alliance
- Viva Farms
- Washington Food Coalition (WFC)
- Washington Young Farmers’ Coalition
Find out more about each of these Seattle based organizations by Miranda Carver Martin at Food Tank
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