Food for All Podcast
Best Practices in neighborhood-based urban food system actions: School gardens, farmers markets, policy, youth engagement, adult training, emergency access, healthy corner stores, home gardening, and small farms.
Shawn Harrison and Rangineh Azimzadeh Tosang: Collaborating to Create a Health Promoting Food System at the Neighborhood Level
Shawn Harrison, Co-Founder of Soil Born Farms, and Rangineh Azimzadeh Tosang of Solh Resolutions International, speak candidly about how change makers in Sacramento strengthened their food system by working together to improve food access, production, and education in south Sacramento neighborhoods. Listen as they share how community organizations came together to create real change and outcomes over a 10 year period of innovative projects through building relationships, layering services, and collaborating along the way.
Joany Titherington: Building a Farmers’ Market that Transformed a Community
Karen Strach: Re-imagining a County-Wide Food Bank and Pantry System Without the Stigma
Karen Strach of Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services provides an in-depth look at re-imagining traditional food bank and pantry services offered to residents in south Sacramento. Listen as she speaks about lessening the stigma attached to accessing free food, a successful fruit-tree gleaning project, and what it took to build a county-wide collaborative food bank and pantry system that provides hundreds of thousands of food to residents and families.