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Growing a Resilient Local Food Economy

end of year giving for a healthier 2023

Central Rivers Farmshed has made a commitment to help progress health equity in the community. Throughout the 2022 year we have activated and expanded multiple programs that economically support local farms, increase access to cultural and nutritious foods for the Hmong community and rural Portage County residents, and connect the community with their local growers and business owners. To allow us to expand upon our work in building a resilient food economy and supporting food security efforts, we are asking the community to give what they can to help bring more locally sourced, healthy, cultural foods to more people in 2023.

Click here to hear from our Executive Director, Trevor Drake.

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2022 Food For All Report

We at Central Rivers Farmshed believe everyone in our community should have the choice to have healthy and delicious foods. The 2022 Food For All Report documents the work we have done throughout the year, and our intentions for the future, to improve access to locally sourced and cultural foods for socially marginalized communities, rural residents, and seniors.

Click here to read.

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Thank you to our major operational sponsors. Their contributions make all Farmshed programs possible. 

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Thank You Sponsor!

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Please note: These are a first come first serve basis. Call Farmshed at 715-544-6154 by 5pm the Friday before distribution to put a box on hold for up to an entire calendar day.

Click here for Spanish information page.

NEW LOCATION ALERT!
2041 Madison Street Stevens Point 54481

Central City Market

Distribution: December 19th, starting 11AM-2PM! 

The Construction has been challenging. You may recognize the space as Altenburg Dairy.

Through partnership with the Hunger Task Force, Central Rivers Farmshed has become a distribution site for Badger State Boxes. This is a monthly, supplemental box with all foods sourced from Wisconsin farms and producers. Those interested in receiving a box will self determine if they're income eligible. No identification or proof of income required.

 

Some of the featured farms include: 

Superior Fresh, Bruncow Cheese, Rice River Farms,

S&R Egg Farms...and more!

Other Badger Box Locations:

Sweps Food Pantry

2321 W. Grand Ave. Wisconsin Rapids

Neighbors Place

745 Scott St., Wausau 

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Farm Fresh Atlas Registration Live

Farm Fresh Atlas registration is open! We are offering new listings, prices, and opportunities for all to engage with their community! Register for a listing or advertisement space below.

Farmshed's Commitment to an Inclusive Local Food Community

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Access to healthy local food is important, but alone it is not enough. We see this as an opportunity to be challenged to realize the inclusive community of farmers, entrepreneurs, businesses, and impassioned eaters that is essential to becoming a resilient local food community. We are looking forward to discussing your commitment, your ideas, and your questions. Please reach out to Jeremy Solin, Farmshed’s Board Chair at jjsolin@hotmail.com or Interim Executive Director Trevor Drake at trevor@farmshed.org.