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Welcome to the Community Food Projects (CFP) Database. This database profiles all of the community-based organizations and projects supported through the Community Food Projects Competitive Grants Program of the USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture since 2000.

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Adelante Mujeres

2420 19th Avenue
Forest Grove, OR 97116
United States
Phone: 5039920078
CFP
Type of organization:
Community Food Project, Community-based, Social Enterprise, Training and Technical Assistance
Services provided:
Dismantling Racism, Economic Development, Food and Farm Policy, Food Production/Farming, Food Sovereignty/Food Justice, Human Rights, Other, Youth & Children Programs
Area served:
Rural, Suburban / Peri-urban
Population served:
Children, Families, Immigrants, People of color, Women, Working poor / Low-income, Youth

Adventures in Learning

801 South 3rd Street
Lander, WY 82520
Phone: 307-332-7248
CFP
Type of organization:
Academic Institution, Community-based, Other, Training and Technical Assistance
Services provided:
Food Production/Farming, Youth & Children Programs

Alabama Rural Heritage Foundation

330 4th Avenue, P.O. Box 65
Thomaston, AL 26783
United States
Phone: 334-627-3388
CFP
Type of organization:
Academic Institution
Services provided:
Economic Development, Food and Farm Policy
Population served:
Other, Seniors, Youth

Alameda Point Collaborative

677 W. Ranger Ave.
Alameda, CA 94501
Phone: 510.898.7800
CFP
Type of organization:
Community-based, Other, Training and Technical Assistance
Services provided:
Economic Development, Food Production/Farming, Homelessness/Housing, Other, Youth & Children Programs
Population served:
Children, Families, Homeless, Women, Working poor / Low-income, Youth

Allen Neighborhood Center

1619 E. Kalamazoo St
Lansing, MI 48912
Phone: (517) 367-2468
CFP
Type of organization:
Community-based, Training and Technical Assistance
Services provided:
Homelessness/Housing, Other, Youth & Children Programs
Area served:
Suburban / Peri-urban
Population served:
Families, Seniors, Working poor / Low-income, Youth

American Community Gardening Association

1777 E Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43203
United States
Phone: 6146451880
CFP
Type of organization:
Community Food Project, Community-based, Training and Technical Assistance
Services provided:
Economic Development, Food Production/Farming, Food Sovereignty/Food Justice
Area served:
Rural, Suburban / Peri-urban, Urban
Population served:
Educators, Growers, Men, Other, Trainers, Women

American Friends Service Committee - New Mexico

1600 5th St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
United States
Phone: 505-842-7343
CFP
Type of organization:
Community Food Project, Farm, Lobbying, Social Enterprise, Training and Technical Assistance
Services provided:
Dismantling Racism, Economic Development, Food and Farm Policy, Food Production/Farming, Food Sovereignty/Food Justice
Area served:
Regional, Rural, Urban
Population served:
Families, Growers, Immigrants, Other, People of color, Producers

AnewAmerica Community Corporation

2974 Adeline Street
Berkeley, CA 94703
United States
Phone: 510-540-7785 x303
CFP
Type of organization:
Community-based
Services provided:
Economic Development, Food Production/Farming

Angelic Organics Learning Center

1547 Rockton Road
Caledonia, IL 61011
United States
Phone: 815-389-2746
CFP
Type of organization:
Community-based, Other, Research / Think Tank, Training and Technical Assistance
Services provided:
Economic Development, Food Production/Farming, Other
Area served:
Regional, Rural, Suburban / Peri-urban, Urban
Population served:
Children, Growers, Women, Working poor / Low-income, Youth

Appalachian Center for Economic Networks

94 Columbus Road
Athens, OH 45701
Phone: 740-592-3854
CFP
Type of organization:
Community-based, Farm
Services provided:
Economic Development, Food and Farm Policy, Food Production/Farming
Area served:
National, Rural
Population served:
Immigrants, Men, Women
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