Link to the (crystal clear!) recording of “Eat Fresh Maryland: Successes, Challenges and Visions for the Future” is now available:
How can farmers markets get more healthy food to low-income populations in their communities? It’s a difficult problem to solve, but we’re here to help.
This 75-minute webinar, recorded on January 31, 2012, highlights the pilot season of Eat Fresh Maryland, a groundbreaking collaboration of farmers markets, non-profits, and government agencies coming together to make farmers markets more accessible for limited-resource communities.
Join Michele Levy, Executive Director of Crossroads Community Food Network, and Laura Flamm, Nutrition Associate at Maryland Hunger Solutions, in discussing food access success stories from this past year, and learn more about ways to get fresh, healthy food to those in your community who need it most.