Are you a self-motivated, passionate, and team-oriented individual dedicated to leading work that will cultivate a more robust, sustainable, and equitable food system? If so, the Montgomery County (MD) Food Council would like to hear from you!
The Food Council’s small team collaborates closely with 25 volunteer Council Members and 200+ active working group partners and community members. The MCFC strives to cultivate a collaborative, supportive, and transparent work environment where all employees have opportunities to develop and apply new skills, independently shape and implement initiatives, and build partnerships with broad and diverse community stakeholder groups. We invite all interested professionals who share our commitment to an equitable, sustainable, and resilient food system in Montgomery County to submit an application to join our team.
Third Wednesday of each month, 9-10:30am via Zoom.
4th Tuesday of each month, 9:30-11am via Zoom.
Are you an advocate or funder of regional food systems? Do you want to know more about RFS and “thinking regionally”?
The first Tuesday of the month from 9:30AM-11AM via Zoom.
Healing Caucus Spaces for BIPOC and White Farm, Garden, Food, Land Educators.
In the fight against hunger, data collection plays a critical role in assessing need, identifying service gaps and deploying resources.
Second Monday of each month, 1:00 to 2:30pm. Please register in advance.
Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) will hold its first-ever Youth Climate Summit for high school students on Saturday, March 5, at the Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville.
Join thousands of your fellow anti-hunger advocates from across the country at the 2022 virtual National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference (AHPC), March 15-17.