Food Security and Food Dignity

Food powers our bodies, minds, families, economies and communities. Dignified access to healthy food is a human right.

Food is power. Knowledge is power. If we are educated about sources of our food and processes of growing, harvesting, preapring, storing and transporting, we are able to take control of the systems that make healthy food affordable and easy to access. 


 Check out some of the work being done by our collaborators:

  Healthy Food for All offers Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares through the Full Plate Farm Collective.  Current information from HFFA:

Affordable CSA Shares

ICH collaborator Healthy Food For All provides subsidized Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares of farm-fresh produce for families with limited income. Income eligible households pay half the regular price in monthly installments (Food Stamps accepted!) and receive an abundant variety and quantity of organic produce every week. Subsidized CSA shares are now available year-round from over ten local farms with pick-up options in Ithaca, Trumansburg, Dryden / Freeville, Groton and Lansing, but spaces are limited so don’t delay!

To learn more and apply, please visit or contact or 607-272-2292 x 242

  Gardens 4 Humanity facilitates urban gardens, education, leadership to strengthen and empower communtities.

  Cornell Cooperative Extension Nutrition uses education to help support healthier communities and inspire healthy living at any budget.

  GreenStar Community Projects works to support food justice, hosts the annual Food Justice Summit.  

  Whole Community Project has been working since 2006 to make policy and other environmental changes through a variety of projects.


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