In June of 2013, Food in Neighborhoods Community Coalition sought to create a new table where community members and activists could meet and have their voices heard. The June meeting sparked a conversation that led to the collection of “needs” that were identified by community members. As a result of that meeting, Presbyterian Hunger Program AmeriCorps VISTAs, Emily Sprawls and Amber Burns, began researching the many food related assets that could be used to addressed the identified needs. They have combined this information and created a prezi outlining the Louisville Food System. The link is listed below.
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New Roots will be premiering winter Fresh Stops this December at the Shawnee and Wellington Fresh Stops. With the addition of a season, new volunteers are needed. If you are interested in community service, food justice, local food, or are simply wanted to build a sense of community please visit the New Roots website (http://www.newrootsproduce.org/fresh-stops.html) or contact Karyn Moskowitz (502) 509-6770.