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Group: Stinner Summit V Project - Youngstown Eats
The Youngstown Eats project focuses on providing healthy meals, locally sourced and ready to eat, to youth in Youngstown who have poor access to good food. The project will engage a wide range of community members and resources to produce, process, prepare and deliver the meals, bringing the food chain to the neighborhood level for youth who need better nutrition. The currently proposed plan is to implement the project as part of a Community Food Project that includes the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation, Goodness Grows, Commonwealth, Inc., and OARDC. This group will provide network support to implement the project and communicate the results for those interested in other organizations and other cities.
See attached file, Youngstown Eats-Fueling Kids Fuels Neighborhoods, for an overview of the original proposal made at Stinner Summit V.
Mar 11, 6:19pm
More local produce has been highlighted and served in Youngstown schools in the past three months. 50 bushels of local apples were purchased and served by Youngstown City Schools' central kitchen. The price of apples is up $13 per...
Dec 7, 10:17pm
Here is the beginning of the article I am writing to encapsulate the important findings from Youngstown Eats Local. Keep in mind this is a draft of the beginning. Feed back welcome. More to come~ Meagan Food Justice for the...
Nov 15, 5:27pm
Plans for continuing work with students, community members, and food service personnel in Youngstown are outlined below (and in the YoungstownEatsMoreLocal document). I will also compile results, quotes, and photos for an article. If you...
Nov 8, 4:38pm
Youngstown Eats Local Produce, Phase 2 : Increasing Local Produce in School Cafeterias Having researched and determined the type of produce students want and readily eat, the next step is to get the desired produce to the cafeteria....
Jul 3, 7:54pm
Goodness Grows held three taste tests in June as a part of this project, "Youngstown Eats Local Produce," as I call it. Our focus crops were strawberries, rhubarb, zucchini, and peas. Two sessions were held at Boardman...