The Southern Maryland Food Council is made up of key regional food stakeholders (such as anti-hunger groups, educators, gardeners, farmers, environmental non-profits, social service workers, retail stores, interested citizens, etc). The Council is focused on enhancing the sustainability and health of the environment, economy and communities in the Southern Maryland region through stakeholder networking, project planning and development. In the next year, the Council plans to address issues of food accessibility to hungry and under-served communities, agricultural sustainability, resource conservation, community education and regulation efficacy.
The Food Council’s work will impact food security and agricultural sustainability throughout the entire state of Maryland, but will specifically target the Southern Maryland and DC regions.
The Southern Maryland Food Bank and Outreach Services is currently the host organization for the Southern Maryland Food Council.
- Expanding Pop-Up Markets to encourage the use of WIC, SANP, Senior vouchers.
- Food recovery education for caterers and restaurants. Linking donations with proper recipients.
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For More information, contact the Southern Maryland Food Bank and Outreach Services Staff