The Connecticut food community is comprised of small and independently owned businesses, non-profit organizations, state supported programs and agencies, Universities and municipalities. The individuals and initiatives who make up the Connecticut food community are: chefs, artisans, farmers, educators, scientist, school and community gardeners, legislators, philanthropist, academics and food justice advocates. Additionally, initiatives that preserve the habitats and eco-systems in which wild and cultivated foods can grow and thrive play a critical role.

CONNECTICUT FOOD NETWORK

Kernza roots compared to wheat. Kernza is a perennial grain that protects soil from erosion and improves soil structure. Photo courtesy Jim Richardson and The Land Institute.

Invest in Connecticut’s food community! You will help to
bolster THE economy, protect our foodshed, and foster a regional,regenerative,equitable AND just food system.

CONNECTICUT INSTITUTIONS 

 food & ecological justice leaders 

 connecticut food alliances  

farmland & sea preservation 

  

CONNECTICUT FOOD POLICY COUNCILS 

FARM TO SCHOOL

Connecticut food system funders

ACCESS & HEALTH

ARTISINaL SPIRITS

CONNECTICUT FOOD POLICY COUNCILS 

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