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

Land as Material: Harvesting Clay in the Piedmont

Land as Material: Harvesting Clay in the Piedmont

Rachel Brown hand coils a piece of pottery in 1908. Rachel Brown is one of the links in the ancestral chain keeping Catawba pottery alive for future generations of potters. Image Credit: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0Walking into a local North Carolina art gallery, a small clay...

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Honoring Our Agricultural Heritage on Indigenous Peoples Day

Honoring Our Agricultural Heritage on Indigenous Peoples Day

Winter squash, corn, and beans are three common foods that have a history reaching back more than 6,000 years in North America. It was the Indigenous peoples of the Americas that first cultivated these three crops - known as the Three Sisters - and discovered that...

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