A SNAP-matching program that incentivizes SNAP recipients to use their federal benefit dollars on food produced by local farms.
Farm shares offer consumers fresh, seasonal produce while providing local farmers with consistent markets and support.
Farm to School supports student growth and helps families develop relationships with local food producers.
A free 6-week beginning-gardening course that gives novice, adult gardeners the tools they need to successfully grow a portion of their own food.
High tunnel hoop houses providing growing spaces for beginning farmers to jumpstart their businesses with access to rented indoor and outdoor land.
These fundraising events showcase the farmers, ranchers, fishers, foragers, and chefs who make our north coast community such an incredible place to eat.
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We'd love to have you!
Food Roots provides a variety of meaningful service opportunities for volunteers of all ages. Volunteers are incredibly important in our programming and are key to accomplishing many of our projects.
Volunteers are welcome to work with us in our gardens, our educational programs, at events, in our office, on Food Roots’ committees, in board service and more. We value our volunteers tremendously!
If you are interested in applying to become a Food Roots Board Member, please complete an application here.
If you want to join Food Roots in worthy work, please fill out this initial volunteer application.