Increasing access to fresh, healthy food

Students grow and distribute fresh produce for their communities, tackling food insecurity and its negative impacts on health

Increasing access to fresh, healthy food

Students grow and distribute fresh produce for their communities, tackling food insecurity and its negative impacts on health

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pounds of student-grown produce distributed per year

Our Impact

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Servings of Leafy Greens per year
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Students
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Schools

TFFJ Works

100%

of students understand how nutritious food makes a

positive difference in their health

86%

of students feel the farm increases their understanding of

environmental sustainability

95%

of students see themselves as

more of a leader

who can advocate for food justice

76%

of students go home and

share what they have learned

81%

of students say they
are motivated to

eat healthier foods

Testimonials

“The nutrition education we are receiving will help people to understand the meaning of greens and healthy food, and why it’s better. If we eat healthier and stop eating all this junk food, we will live a longer life, and I’m sure that everyone in this world would like a longer life.”

I like learning to teach other students how to be healthy and how you can have a farm without soil. It’s crazy how nature can combine with technology.

[My daughter] used to only like corn, it was just corn corn corn. But since starting this program, she’s started to eat a lot more vegetables.

Our Supporters

Our Supporters