Shareholder Puja Khare was nervous about starting Farm Share. Read more about how a little help from her mom and Corbin Hill gave her confidence in the kitchen.Read More
Community Chef Louise is a self-declared foodie and community activist. Read more about how she developed her love for cooking and her community!
"Land has always been the basis for wealth creation and with wealth, comes power. Over the last 40 years, Black farmers have lost more than 10 million acres of land, which is a major a loss of wealth and power in the Black community."Read More
"Volunteers build the program. Without them, we would not be able to operate through wholesale." This week, we are highlighting one of our Community Connect partners, Myrtle Ave Revitalization Project. Read about their unique program, and how they are using CHFP to offer their participants more choices.Read More
This week we are highlighting our community partner, Bedford Stuyvesant Early Childhood Development Center. Read about how Shareholders are getting more out of Farm Share than fresh food.Read More
“We like when we open our fridge and see the different colors. We are trying new recipes, saving money, and it has encouraged us to eat healthy!” Check out this week's newsletter to read about how CHFP's Farm Share has been a life-changing experience for Community Healthcare Network's participants.Read More