Here at the food bank, our soil and seeds teach partner agencies how to grow healthy food cheaply.
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The Capital Area Food Bank’s Urban Demonstration Garden is in bloom, which makes it the perfect time for you to join us for a Garden Open House.
Students from across the country happily braved colder than average temperatures last week to participate in the annual White House Kitchen Garden planting.
Artists are busy creating denim-inspired art to showcase at our 10th annual Blue Jeans Ball.
The quality of produce in the grocery store is just as much a reminder of winter as the current frigid temperatures.
The food bank recently brought on the Waterpenny Farm in Sperryville, VA to help provide fresh produce to our NOVA partners.
The Capital Area Food Bank recently broke ground on our Urban Demonstration Garden, a space that provides a hands-on, learning laboratory for food growing education.
As she was completing her junior year at Maryland’s Bethesda Chevy Chase High School, Madisson Tully began exploring ideas for a summer project that would involve her family and friends and benefit the community.
Our NOVA branch has recently planted a garden of beautiful native plants with the help of Healthy Eating Educator Abbie Steiner, other staff and volunteers.