Here at Feeding America West Michigan, we believe everyone should have access to fresh, local produce – including our food insecure neighbors. Revolution Farms takes this belief to heart by choosing to donate 1 percent of its hydroponically grown lettuce.
Meet the Celery Farmers Committed to Feeding Their Neighbors in Need
In late June, the pale green stalks of celery contrast sharply with Hudsonville’s black soil.
Michigan Mushroom Grower Donates Exotic Fungi to Food Bank
Imagine a crop that reduces waste as it grows, can be cultivated year-round, and contains a ton of vital nutrients. You might not realize it, but you’re thinking of a mushroom. The best part: They’re being grown right here in … Continue reading
Young Farmers Give Back to Local Families in Need this Harvest Season
Comstock Park, Mich. — Oct. 26, 2015 — Taking a stand against hunger in their local communities, the Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) State Young Farmer Committee is donating $1,000 on Nov. 2 to Feeding America West Michigan, one of the … Continue reading
Mattner family donates portion of Benton Harbor Fruit Market to Food Bank
Benton Harbor, Michigan — March 16, 2015 — A big slice of the Benton Harbor Fruit Market is now dedicated to hunger relief. Download the Press Release The family of Eau Claire farmer and produce broker Jeffery Marc Mattner donated … Continue reading