The Camden Street Learning Garden is hosting a herbalist workshop. We will explore the garden for Plantains, elder flowers, mint, and lemon balm. Please RSVP to attend.
Are nasty pests getting in the way of your gardening? Come learn how to deal with these pesky critters through nature-friendly practices!
Register for a one-day racial equity training organized by the Center for Environmental Farming Systems. This training is for people working with farms or gardens in schools. Hands on educators, school nutrition, farmers, school personnel, community support, PTA, Cooperative Extension/FCS, school boards, parents and volunteers are encouraged to attend!
Join us every third Thursday for a Food Shuttle Social. Come meet new people and see some familiar Food Shuttle faces while learning about our partnerships in the community. May’s social is at Big Boss Brewing with our partner, Capital Area Food Network.
Thrilled to announce St. Paul and The Broken Bones with Toots and the Maytals on Saturday, June 1st for the Band Together Main Event! Join us in raising over $1 million for our Child Hunger programs, BackPack Buddies and School Pantries. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 8th.
Volunteers are invited to have lunch on the Food Shuttle Farm with us! Our Volunteer Services team has planned a special appreciation luncheon for volunteers and guests to celebrate the amazing work volunteers do for us everyday.
Join CurEat and the scavenger hunters at an after party at Transfer Co. Food Hall for a pig pickin' with award winning pitmaster Sam Jones, of Sam Jones BBQ, plus the guys from Longleaf Swine BBQ, and live music from James Davy. Proceeds benefit Food Shuttle Urban Agriculture Programs.
Forage Camden Street Learning Garden with us looking for medicinal herbs growing. Learn how to identify medicinal herbs and how to use the herbs to make medicinal extracts.
Join us on January 27th for the 25th Anniversary Taste of Hope!
Join us for the Oakwood Waits Songs & Carols for the holiday season benefit concert! Proceeds support the Camden Street Learning Garden.
Bring a nonperishable donation to the American Indian Heritage Celebration on Saturday, November 17th to help support BackPack Buddies as we kickoff the NC Museum of History’s Holiday Food Drive.
The 23rd Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration offers something for all ages and gives a firsthand opportunity to learn about the state’s American Indian culture (with a population of over 120,000), past and present.
Bring Soup-to-Go to the North Carolina Symphony holiday performances to support BackPack Buddies!