This group is currently developing strategies to ensure that children in our community have access to high-quality, nutrient-dense food at home, at school and at play. 

Community Gardens & Urban Ag

The working group for food recovery is exploring new strategies for diverting wholesome food from waste streams to people with limited food access. 

One of the most dynamic working groups, the CGUA group develops   programs to support community, school, and backyard gardens, as well as urban agriculture initiatives.

In collaboration with NICA, the group piloted a curriculum for a backyard and container gardening.

Food Recovery

Children's Issues

Engaging the Community for Change

If you live, work, learn, or play in Tarrant County you are welcome to visit any of our working groups or open meetings. Please visit our Events page for details.

To change a community's food system, it takes a lot of people working together from different perspectives. The following working groups are actively pursuing changes to local ordinances, promoting existing resources, and developing new ways to support businesses and  organizations to achieve a bright and healthy future for Tarrant County.

For information on how you can get involved, contact us or attend an upcoming working group meeting. View our calendar of events