New Council Member Applications Now Being Accepted!

New Council Member Applications Now Being Accepted!

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Register Now for the 2018 MoCo Food & Beverage Guide!

Register Now for the 2018 MoCo Food & Beverage Guide!

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September is Food Safety Month

September is Food Safety Month

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Regional Events

September 19, Montgomery College Rockville Mobile Market Opening

September 19, Montgomery College Rockville Mobile Market Opening

The Mobile Market at Montgomery College, Rockville, will have its first day on September 19th, from 10am-12noon outside of the North Garage. The Mobile Market is hosted by the Student Health and Wellness Center for Success, and offers fresh produce and other foods at no cost to MC students, faculty/staff, and the community. To learn [...]
September 25, Women For The Land Conservation Learning Circles

September 25, Women For The Land Conservation Learning Circles

Women landowners in Montgomery County are invited to attend two sessions, hosted by the American Farmland Trust, of engaging discussion and fellowship focused on women landowners and conservation planning on their land. The sessions will be held on Saturday, September 15, and Tuesday, September 25.
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The 2017-18 Montgomery County Food and Beverage Guide Has Arrived!

Food Council Releases Montgomery County Food Assistance Resource Directory

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Our Volunteers

Michelle Nelson, Montgomery Parks Food Literacy Working Group “We are building capacity around agriculture, food waste, nutrition, cooking, education, and much more. Having multiple experts in the room, allows for greater impact and more cross sectional work to be conducted.”
Kim Goddu, Bethesda Green Environmental Impact Working Group Member “The Environmental Impact Working Group has the chance to work on some the Counties most pressing food issues such as food waste and composting.”
Christie Balch, Crossroads Community Food Network Food Recovery and Access Working Group Member “We have a critical mission to increase healthy food access for those who need it most–an issue I am passionate about. FRAWG’s work is critical to the health of our residents.”
Susan Callahan, Hospitality and Tourism Management Program at the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore at the Universities at Shady Grove Food Economy Working Group Member  “We have the opportunity to focus on the chefs, farmers and food producers in our county. We want to convey to the county who those hard working people are and [...]
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