Renewing Traditional Foods
The Renewing Traditional Foods program serves members of the Ma-Chis Lower Creek Indian Tribe, a state-recognized Tribe located within Alabama's second congressional district. The program primarily serves elders, veterans, disabled and low-income families, increasing access to local, organically grown fresh fruits and vegetables and traditional foods.
Key Words: Community Garden or Farm, Seed Program, School-based Program, Training Program, Educational Program, Food Access, Health and Wellness, Cooking Demonstration, Traditional Foods
Scope of Work: Increases healthy food, Increases access to traditional food, Builds wealth within the tribal community, Develops skills and opportunities for tribal community members, Improves viability of local agriculture, Improves policies that promote healthy food and healthy communities, Provides nutrition education to community members, Improves health outcomes for community members, Builds community assets