A conversation with two Fresh Access fans about their love of farmers markets and their passion for fresh food as key to good health.
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Trump’s budget for the coming year really shows his commitment to the idea that government should serve the wealthy, not those in actual need of assistance or protection.
Buried in Trump’s new federal budget is an idea that deserves to see the light of day – so people can see it for what it is: extravagant waste and bigotry.
This past farmers market season, we partnered with Allegheny Traditional Academy to bring classroom learning outside to the North Side farmers market.
National Farmers Market Week is a great opportunity to shop directly from all the local farms that make our region a great source of fresh, healthy food.
Making farmers market shopping a family activity boosts the health and well-being of our children and our communities for years to come.
The Citiparks North Side market is where we launched Fresh Access in 2013. Two long-time shoppers explain why the program continues to work so well.
Here are three ways you can take action this week to help folks who are at increasing risk of food insecurity.
The Citiparks East Liberty Farmers Market runs Mondays 3pm-7pm, May through November. Here are a few of the faces you might see there enjoying Fresh Access.
Samantha is new to Pittsburgh but she has already plugged into important work on key issues: hunger and its connection to poverty, farming, climate change, and health.