Cultivating a healthy community by strengthening the local food system and improving access to nutritious, affordable food. SFC envisions a food secure community where all children and adults grow, share and prepare healthy, local food.
February 20, 2018, 12pm-1pm. We invite you to join us for a free, 1-hour tour of our 4-star rated green energy office and community space. We'll take you on a tour of our facility and gardens while sharing with you stories of work we do to strengthen our local food system.
6pm March 1st - 6pm March 2nd. Amplify Austin Day is our city's annual community-wide day of online giving. The 24-hour period provides an easy and fun way for our entire community to give together while helping local nonprofits. Become a fundraiser or preschedule you gift today!
May 9, 2018, 7pm-9:30pm. Join us and Austin's most acclaimed local chefs as we celebrate the bounty of Central Texas. Our 11th Annual Farm to Plate fundraising event will be held on Wednesday, May 9th from 7pm-9:30 pm at Barr Mansion, with an exclusive VIP hour held from 6pm-7pm.
Molly Costigan, The Happy Kitchen Program Manager
February is American Heart Month, and we’re excited to debut a new take on a Happy Kitchen classic: White Bean and Kale Soup.
This soup has been a class participant favorite for years, and it’s a great heart-healthy choice. In our classes, we talk the importance of choosing healthy fats,...more
Jessie Barber, SFC Farmers' Market Coordinator
This week, SFC Farmers' Market Coordinator, Jessie Barber, shares a bit of his story and introduces us to Chef Njathi Kabui, renowned scholar and chef.
Wandering around the mountain city of San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas, Mexico without much of a plan, no tent, no sleeping...more
Amy Gallo, SFC Farmers' Market Coordinator
I planted my first garden with my parents when I was just 5 years old. We had recently moved out of an apartment building and into a house with a backyard, so my Dad picked out a 3 by 5-foot area by the shed with a lot of morning light and got to work. I remember not being much of a good farm...more