Students Celebrate School’s Hydroponic Farm — Spectrum News NY1

Students Celebrate School's Hydroponic Farm -- Spectrum News NY1

Teens For Food Justice was featured in Spectrum News NY1 on March 1st, 2020. “Through a partnership between Teens For Food Justice and Whole Kids Foundation, the fresh vegetables are grown and harvested by students and the same produce are used in their daily meals for the six schools on… Read more

Bronx Students Grow Produce For Surrounding Nabes — Bronx Times

Bronx Students Grow Produce For Surrounding Nabes -- Bronx Times

Teens For Food Justice was featured in the Bronx Times on February 19th, 2020. “I’m so glad I was introduced to the program and started learning about healthy food, the things we are actually growing are important to a healthy lifestyle. Click here to read the full article… Read more

Over 1 Million NYC Residents are ‘Food Insecure’ — PIX11

Over 1 Million NYC Residents are ‘Food Insecure’ -- PIX11

Teens For Food Justice was featured in Pix 11 on November 18th, 2019. “The Organization runs hydroponic farms in several New York City Public schools and their mission is to address food injustice through education and advocacy. They are specifically targeting youth in public schools and are focused on neighborhoods… Read more

Inside Indoor AgTech — Forbes

Inside Indoor AgTech -- Forbes

Teens For Food Justice was featured in Forbes on October 2nd, 2019. “Teens for Food Justice has an impressive social impact through focusing on indoor growing to give urban access to fresh produce.” Click here to read the full article… Read more

Jada Pinkett Smith’s Instagram – Red Table Talk

Jada Pinkett Smith's Instagram - Red Table Talk

o Teens For Food Justice was featured in an advertisement for The Red Table Talk, posted on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Instagram on September 27th, 2019. “At Teens for Food Justice, we teach kids how to build hydroponic farms and grow their own food inside their schools. Through this experience, they… Read more

18 Questions with Kathy Soll from Teens for Food Justice – Eco18

18 Questions with Kathy Soll from Teens for Food Justice - Eco18

Teens for Food Justice was featured in Eco18 on August 18th, 2019. “Our biggest impact is in how our students have developed this language and conversation and that is due to how comprehensively and pervasively. The teens are empowered to go out into the community and speak about food insecurity.”… Read more

The Farm Report: Episode 365 Student Farmers on a Food Justice Mission – Heritage Radio Network

The Farm Report: Episode 365 Student Farmers on a Food Justice Mission - Heritage Radio Network

Teens for Food Justice was featured in Heritage Radio Network on July 17th, 2019. “Food justice is a way for everybody to eat healthily, to be better, and to grow. ” Click here to listen to the full podcast… Read more

How Hydroponic School Gardens Can Cultivate Food Justice, Year-Round – NPR

How Hydroponic School Gardens Can Cultivate Food Justice, Year-Round - NPR

Teens For Food Justice was featured in NPR on July 7th, 2019. “Hydroponic farms come with added benefits. And unlike most traditional farms, which yield little to nothing during the months that school typically is in session, hydroponic farms can operate year-round, giving school kids continuous access to produce.” Click… Read more

New Student – Led Program Grows Fresh, Healthy Food for the Brownsville Community – BKReader

New Student - Led Program Grows Fresh, Healthy Food for the Brownsville Community - BKReader

Teens for Food Justice was featured in BKReader on June 20th, 2019. “The hydroponic farming program, initiated by TFFJ, is a communal effort led by sixth through eighth-grade students, who participated in the project as part of the school’s curricular and after-school programming, and the TFFJ youth staff.” Click here… Read more

Brooklyn Students Grow Fresh Produce, Now Available to Locals – The Packer

Brooklyn Students Grow Fresh Produce, Now Available to Locals - The Packer

Teens for Food Justice was featured in The Packer on June 19th, 2019. Through the Fresh Food Box Program, the release said food-insecure residents in Brownsville, Brooklyn, will be able to purchase a week’s worth of produce for $14. Click here to read the full article… Read more

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