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Call for National Support of Innovative Programs to Improve Inequitable Healthy Food Access
The Wallace Center at Winrock International, in partnership with the Training and Development Corporation (TDC), is pleased to announce a selection of twelve locally-owned food enterprises, based abroad, to be profiled as part of Community Food Enterprise: Local Success in a Global Marketplace.
ARLINGTON, Virginia (August 14, 2008) – The Wallace Center at Winrock International announces its first round of grant awards to regional efforts across the United States involved in moving good food – healthy, green, fair, affordable food – beyond the direct-to-consumer realm into larger-scale, wholesale channels.
ARLINGTON, Virginia (August 14, 2008) – The Wallace Center at Winrock International announces the formation of a 15-member Advisory Council that will guide its latest initiative, the National Good Food Network.
The Wallace Center at Winrock International, in partnership with the Training and Development Corporation (TDC), is pleased to announce its selection of ten U.S.-based local food enterprises to be profiled as part of Community Food Enterprise: Local Success in a Global Marketplace. The project is designed to highlight successful models of locally owned food enterprises from around the world.
Series will highlight featured local food enterprises, project researchers, and initial research observations.
Celebrate Local Food and Family Farms at the Michigan Food & Farming Systems 10th Anniversary Benefit Reception on September 18, 2008
Michigan Food & Farming Systems (MIFFS) cordially invites you to celebrate its 10th Anniversary Benefit Reception to enjoy local refreshments, music, friendship, connections and good company, beginning at 6 p.m. on September 18, 2008 at the Michigan Historical Museum in Lansing, Michigan
SEED FUNDING FOR MOVING GOOD FOOD INTO LARGER-SCALE MARKETS: Wallace Center seeks regional leaders for national good food network.
ARLINGTON, Virginia (February 14, 2008) – In a joint funding venture between the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Wallace Center at Winrock International, in partnership with the Training & Development Corporation (TDC), has launched a $400,000 project showcasing locally-owned food enterprises from around the globe...
Please see page 4 for an article featuring John Fisk and page 6 for an article featuring the Good Food Network.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation Newsletter February, 2008. A new Wallace Center effort to increase the volume and profitability of local farm products in major market outlets launched successfully December 4...
Winrock International Newsletter January, 2008. Farmers’ markets are seen as an incubation tool for the Wallace Center's Market-Based Solutions (MBS) framework. MBS is designed to make healthy, sustainable foods more affordable and abundant...
A Wallace Center effort to increase the volume and profitability of local farm products in major market outlets launched successfully at the Great Lakes Fruit and Vegetable Expo...
ARLINGTON (June 6, 2007) – Molly D. Anderson was recently named a Wallace Senior Fellow and is continuing to build momentum for food systems through the Henry A. Wallace Center at Winrock International.
John Fisk, director of the Henry A. Wallace Center for Sustainable Food Systems at Winrock International, is an expert in sustainable agriculture...
While MIFFS works to connect local growers and buyers in Michigan, the Henry A. Wallace Center at Winrock International is developing a National Supply Chain Capacity Building Network from state and regional supply chain models to share learning and build strategies for less duplication of effort among partners and growers as well as funding entities.
AMES, Iowa -- The Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture has received a $500,000 grant from the Henry A. Wallace Center at Winrock International...
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton joined with Senators Arlen Specter, Tom Harkin and Herb Kohl to sponsor a congressional briefing on “Leveraging Local Food Systems for Healthy Farms and Healthy Communities”.
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