Meet some of the People Feeding Americans during the Pandemic — Thrive Global
Teens for Food Justice was featured in Thrive Global on April 6th, 2020.
“From the shuttered farms, TFFJ harvested about 1,000 pounds of lettuce, micro-green, herbs and more. Some went to community partners, some to neighborhood families.” Click here to read the full article.
Women Changing the Food System in New York City — Hunter College New York City Food Policy Center
Katherine Soll, Teens for Food Justice’s CEO/President was featured in Hunter College New York City Food Policy Center on March 25th, 2020.
“Teens for Food Justice is a disrupter—of agriculture methods, of educational practice, of food systems. We were ahead of the curve and there wasn’t widespread understanding of how hydroponics works, how it fits within and augments our agriculture system, how it can be used as a teaching method and how it can mitigate food shortages in communities.” Click here to read the full article.
This Hydroponic Farm Provides Fresh Food for School Lunches – NowThis
Teens For Food Justice was featured in Now This on March 16th, 2020.
“Food insecurity was an issue that students were really concerned about, and TFFJ started to think, ‘what are the ways in which we can empower young people to address this problem?’ You can start with what they eat everyday at lunch. – Katherine Soll, CEO/President. ” Click here to watch the full video.