Building a resilient future together through food and community.

A foragable community is a collective of community organizations working to increase public participation in local foodways to enhance the sustainability and resilience of their region.

Communities

A collective of community members, led by local food businesses, working together to educate themselves and others about local foodways through community-based education programs and public events.

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Resources

Use our resources to learn more about how foodways education enhances community resilience and and how you can get started developing teaching materials and designing events for your region.

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Partners

Local organizations who want to enhance the resilience of their region by leading community-based education and development that encourages people to cultivate sustainable food systems.

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Are you interested in becoming a Foragable Community Catalyst?

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Recent Updates

First Forest Restoration Planting at Catawba Run!

First Forest Restoration Planting at Catawba Run!

Over at Catawba Run, a short walk past dense loblolly pines, newly planted chestnuts, and acres of red crimson clover, leads you to what is at first glance a stark landscape. Fallen and charred trees line 10 acres of hillside, contrasting with the young loblolly and...

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Indigenous Cultures of the Piedmont

Indigenous Cultures of the Piedmont

This is the second in a series of five blogs that explore the 10,000 year history of human relationship to the land in the Piedmont region of North Carolina.  Other blogs in this series include The Long Story of Catawba Run, European Colonization, Industrialization,...

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The Long Story of Catawba Run

The Long Story of Catawba Run

This is the first in a series of five blogs that explore the 10,000 year history of human relationship to the land in the Piedmont region of North Carolina.  Other blogs in this series include Indigenous Cultures of the Piedmont, European Colonization,...

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