DCFF Brunch + July Organize Meeting

Join DC Fair Food for our monthly organize meeting! This time we’ll be combining it with a summer brunch – bring something to share! WHEN: Sunday, July 10th WHERE: Melissa’s house WHEN: 11am – 1pm TENATIVE AGENDA 11:00am — BRUNCH 12:00pm — MEETING This meeting we’ll be focusing on planning our Aug 6th Boycott Wendy’sContinue reading “DCFF Brunch + July Organize Meeting”

DC Fair Food planning meeting Sunday April 17th, 5pm. Georgetown University

Hello Luchador@s! Join us Sunday, April 17 at 5 pm to help organize the Wendy’s boycott in Washington DC and to talk about future events! RSVP on Facebook: http://bit.ly/23CdrpD Location: 3632 O St, NW, Washington D.C. 2007 (Look for an Orange house, right across from the main entrance)

DC Fair Food Attends the 2016 Labor Seder!

Thank you to everyone we met today & to Melanie, Jews United for Justice & Adas Israel Congregation – Washington, DC for having us at the Labor Seder! Alliance for Fair Food Coalition of Immokalee Workers Student/Farmworker Alliance ‪#‎laborseder2016‬ ‪#‎fairfoodnation‬

DC Fair Food Attends 9th Annual Rooting DC Forum

We were happy to attend the Rooting DC Forum for the second year in a row! This was the 9th annual forum hosted by DC Greens – Rooting DC is an all-day gardening forum that aims to provide education about urban food production and consumption, to cultivate health and preserve the environment. The program includes dozens ofContinue reading “DC Fair Food Attends 9th Annual Rooting DC Forum”

DCFF & 3 Part Harmony Present to Washington Youth Garden

Written by Gail Taylor and Jennifer Ristau On July 22nd, Gail Taylor, owner and operator of Three Part Harmony Farm (3PH) and Jennifer Ristau, a member of DC Fair Food, co-presented an informative talk to the thirteen Green Ambassadors Program interns at the Washington Youth Garden in D.C. Taylor talked about how proud and fortunate she is asContinue reading “DCFF & 3 Part Harmony Present to Washington Youth Garden”

DCFF Participates in Rooting DC, urban farming and gardening conference

This weekend, DC Fair Food participated in the Info Fair at Rooting DC, the District’s 8th annual free urban gardening conference. Held at Wilson High School, the event attracted over 1,200 people for a full day of workshops on all the skills required to grow and enjoy food in the city. Over 60 organizations joinedContinue reading “DCFF Participates in Rooting DC, urban farming and gardening conference”

Report Back: “Food Chains” Is a Huge Hit in the District!

The weekend before Thanksgiving, as we reflected on what we were grateful for, Washington, DC had the opportunity to take a look at our food system. “Food Chains,” a documentary by Sanjay Rawal, premiered across the country on Friday, November 21st with DC being one of several cities welcoming the premiere. “Food Chains” explores theContinue reading “Report Back: “Food Chains” Is a Huge Hit in the District!”

“Food Chains” Reflection by Bonnie May

Below is an original reflection from DC Fair Food member and 4P Foods Good Food Specialist, Bonnie May. The original post can be found on the 4P Foods blog. On November 23rd, I went to see the documentary “Food Chains” during its premiere screening at the West End Cinema, organized by DC Fair Food. Thanks to FoundingContinue reading ““Food Chains” Reflection by Bonnie May”

“Food Chains” gets extended screening at West End Cinema!

The #FairFoodNation has done it again!! Due to a tremendous organizing effort, DC Fair Food had succeeded in hosting a phenomenal premiere weekend of the new documentary film, “Food Chains.” Countless DC residents filed into the theaters this past weekend and have proven DC to be a national leader in the farmworker justice movement. The film achieved an almostContinue reading ““Food Chains” gets extended screening at West End Cinema!”