We are working to build and maintain a network of committed stakeholders from across the local food system. We center equity, accessibility, economic vitality, and environmental sustainability.
We are building a more just and resilient food system together through:
The 2024 RI Food System Factbook
Discover the latest insights on Rhode Island’s food system with the newly released 2024 Rhode Island Food System Factbook. This essential resource provides a comprehensive review of Rhode Island’s local food landscape, offering current federal, state, and county data and highlighting ‘missing pieces’ in our understanding, focusing on the roles and impact of equity and inequity in our food system.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land called Rhode Island today, the Narragansett, Niantic, Nipmuc, and Wampanoag nations.
We recognize the Indigenous continuance, contributions, and stewardship of this land since time immemorial. We recognize and honor the kinship relationships between tribal nations and their relationship with the land, waters, and all living things. We pay our respect to their elders past, present and emerging.
A land acknowledgement cannot fulfill all needs or goals. However, it is important to start somewhere. We strive to include and empower Indigenous voices, nations, organizations, and people as well as Indigenous-led campaigns for environmental justice, land and water rights and ultimately land return to Indigenous nations.