We measurably reduce surplus protective foods in Colorado, support the economic stability of farmers, and increase the nutritional security of our state's residents.
What We Do
Increase nutritional security in Colorado by diverting locally grown, nutrient-dense surplus agriculture into the state's hunger-relief system.
Support Colorado's smallholder and family farms via a trained volunteer gleaning corps, outreach through educational content and social media, quantitative and qualitative research, legislative-advocacy work and via collaboratively structured pilot projects addressing agricultural issues such as on-farm labor shortages in Colorado.
Reinstall food wisdom in our Colorado communities by reconnecting Coloradans with where much of their food originates.