November 2, 2016: Farmers markets, community gardens improve health. And not just for rich people
December 24, 2015: An ‘empowering’ experience: Community leaders attend global conference
October 7, 2015: Operation My Home Town Fights Crime by Meeting Basic Needs
October 1, 2015: Walmart Foundation Awards $157,500 to Wyoming Nonprofits
September 27, 2015: Foster grandparent cherishes classroom time
September 22, 2015: Communities have solutions! Food Dignity’s Christine Porter discusses the important work of Food Dignity partners in a new Civil Eats piece by Steve Holt discussing the explosion of university-based food systems classes and majors around the country.
September 15, 2015: Laramie City Council To Vote On Leasing Land For Small Scale Food Production
August 18, 2015: UW, Wind River Reservation Project to Grow Health with Gardens
May 14, 2015: West Laramie residents express support for community garden in Kiwanis Park
March 29, 2015: Alameda County urban farm program expands, to add kitchen
February 5, 2015: Feeding Laramie Valley expands program
November 5, 2014: Planting Seeds: A Neighborhood Blooms
August 18, 2014: How much does your garden grow?
August 12, 2014: What do local gardeners grow? A lot!
August 9, 2014: Organic for the people: Residents of Brooklyn’s East New York fight food injustice with farms
August 1, 2014: The Ithaca Harvest Log Project
July 8, 2014: Food Dignity project garners national recognition
April 21, 2014: A Reflection on Food Systems, Community Engagement, and Community Food Security: Learning from the Food Dignity Project and the Civic Agriculture and Food Systems Minor At Virginia Tech
February 10, 2014: Study Says Small Gardens Can Be As Productive As Factory Farms
February 2014: Nutritionally Meaningful – Study aims to bust stereotypes about home gardens