2015 Food Hub Mini-Grants Awarded

Mount Hope, West Virginia — Are you ready to eat local food? Five “Food Hub” organizations in West Virginia have been awarded mini-grants by the West Virginia Food & Farm Coalition that will help them expand their work, increasing the amount of locally grown produce and furthering economic development.

The five organizations that were awarded funding are:

Watch for stories from these organizations as they progress and do good work this summer and beyond.

Funding for these mini-grants was graciously provided by the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, The Appalachian Foodshed Project, and the Central Appalachian Network.

What’s next for Food Hubs?

The National Good Food Network will be providing a training for Food Hubs in West Virginia on September 10th! We’ll have all the details for you here as they are available.