The Montgomery County Food Council is an independent nonprofit organization, formed and led by individual community members and representatives of local businesses, government, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions that broadly represent the food system both substantively and geographically.
We bring together a diverse representation of stakeholders to improve the environmental, economic, social, and nutritional health of Montgomery County, Maryland through the creation of a robust, sustainable, equitable local food system.
The backbone of our work is our four Working Groups: Food Recovery and Access, Food Economy, Food Education, and Environmental Impact.
The 2019-2020 Montgomery County Food and Beverage Guide has arrived! This year’s Guide lists over 70 MoCo Made food and beverage producers and farmers, with products ranging from honey to craft beverages to artisanal meats and more. Copies of the Guide will be...Read More
**PLEASE NOTE**: Hours of operation for providers listed in the Food Assistance Resource Directory are subject to change, pending closures and staff availability during the COVID-19 outbreak. Please call ahead to verify opening hours. Click here to view and...Read More