5 Food Policy Trends to Watch in 2019

2018 was a year for the books. We watched the administration roll back rules that protect the environment, support small farms, address food insecurity and encourage food sovereignty. Food policy advocates spent much of the year putting out dumpster fires — challenging new rules around work requirements, so-called “Harvest Boxes” and immigration. In the midst […]

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8 New Year’s Resolutions to Help End Hunger Now

We’re winding down to the end of the 2018, and you know what that means. People are starting to think about their New Year’s resolutiosn for 2019. We’ve got a few suggestions for New Year’s resolutions that will help in the fight against food insecurity and hunger in the community. Some are one-time things you […]

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Action Alert: Protect Immigrant Families From Hunger

Once again, we’re sharing the entire text of the recent letter from Worcester County Food Bank’s Director of Advocacy, Liz Sheehan Castro. Please take the time to learn about the proposed changes to the definition of “public charge” and what it could mean for immigrant families, including many of our friends and neighbors here in […]