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Produce in the Park is a weekly market share program in neighborhood parks that connects Providence residents with local, sustainably-grown food in order to improve access to healthy food.
"The African Alliance of Rhode Island is a nonprofit organization that connects all Rhode Islanders of African descent with community programming focused on health, food, education, and culture."
From the website January 26, 2022
"t doesn't get more local than this. We are a Providence based farmer-run cooperative, offering the highest quality seasonal produce available. Since 2004, Little City has provided chemical-free produce to some of the best restaurants in town, as well as at our neighborhood farmers’ market."
Little City is Red Planet Vegetables, City Farm, Scratch Farm, Sidewalk Ends Farm and Florence and Manton Farm.
From the website January 2, 2022
No website found July 2, 2023
"To engage, educate and empower the East Bay in creating a hunger-free community."
From the website April 10, 2021
"Portsmouth Middle School has partnered with Eastern RI Conservation District (ERICD) ... to create a farm to learn about sustainable agriculture."
From the Facebook page, April 7, 2021
"...Abundance Farm ... seeks to provide a CSA-like model for emerging food entrepreneurs in the [West End] neighborhood [of Providence], many of whom are immigrants and refugees starting fresh. The long-term goal is to expand to more vacant lots throughout the city to provide the same niche, hyper-local service to others."
From edible Rhody article, March 8, 2021
"An online forum for connecting about farming + land + jobs + other agricultural stuff. The N.E. Ag Exchange is powered by Farm Fresh Rhode Island, and brought to you in partnership with Young Farmer Network, RI DEM, and RI Farm Bureau."
From the website, May 14, 2019
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"The Rhode Island Food Center at URI is a resource center where members of the Rhode Island food system can seek answers, find partners, create innovations, and educate consumers. The Center is a program of URI’s College of the Environment and Life Sciences (CELS) in partnership the URI College of Business and the URI Business Engagement Center."
From the website, December 18, 2018