DC’s Field to Fork Network refers to the dozens of organizations working in Washington, DC to foster regional change in how we approach our food. The Network works to strengthen links between community gardening, food distribution, nutritional education and seasonal cooking.

Use this site to gather resources for gardeners, find volunteer opportunities, workshop offerings, learn about bringing a wider diversity of specialty crops to your community, get recipes for local produce, or just stay up to date on DC's field to fork news!

NFI’s Furlough Special

October 9, 2013
Bummed out by the shut-down or feeling a little non-essential these days? Why not sign-up for something you can really look forward to - like ...

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Guest post from DC Public Library, which is partnering with DC State Fair to offer workshops and events. DC’s not a state yet, but it has ...

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We need your help!

August 26, 2013
Please help us by looking over this Community Garden Map and let us know if we are missing any gardens or let us know if ...

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The Accokeek Foundation Community Farm, LLC (AFCF), an operating division of the Accokeek Foundation, seeks a qualified Managing Director to lead the start-up phase of ...

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Homegrown DC

June 5, 2013
Are you a school garden, urban garden/farm or community garden located in DC? Then celebrate with us at the 1st annual Homegrown DC Festival, showcasing ...

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One of our readers contacted DC Field to Fork to let us know about a potential garden space for someone to grow food on if ...

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Clint Smith is a teacher at Parkdale High School in Greater Washington DC. Everyday he see how the battles we fight in public health, ...

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DC Field to Fork (a project of the Neighborhood Farm Initiative) represent urban gardeners, farmers' markets, distribution co-operatives, food banks, local government ...

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