Read SFC's feature in @edibleaustin about the farmers we work with like Katherine and Bradley from @hatandheartfarm who are doing their part to sustain Central Texas farmland - and the challenges they face (link in bio).
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There’s a new way to get to Sustainable Food Center on bike or foot—the Upper Boggy Creek Hike and Bike Trail! After more than ten years in the making, a stretch of hike and bike trail that runs alongside SFC’s Teaching Garden has been completed. Want to check out the trail? A great opportunity is coming up TOMORROW, Friday, July 12th from 6-8pm, when the Urban Trails team hosts the Upper Boggy Bash, a festive official opening for the trail. Follow the link in our bio to learn more. #austinparks #austinoutdoors #austintrails
Rolling vineyards, ancient cities and cobbled lanes. With just a taste of gelato you can close your eyes and imagine the sites and sounds of Italy. Now, you can combine the taste of Italy with Texas grown fruit in our Homemade Gelato class with @dolcenevegelato on July 16th! Follow the link in our bio to learn more. 📷 PC: Dolce Neve #gelato #homemadefood #austin
We are so excited to share that we have teamed up with @PLUS1org and are one of the selected recipients of the PLUS1 dollars on the @Beck , @CageTheElephant and @spoontheband Night Running Tour this summer (in Austin July 26th)! $1 from every ticket sold on the tour will be going to support local organizations like Sustainable Food Center who are addressing issues of food insecurity in our communities. We are thrilled to be a part of this tour and are thankful to PLUS1 and the bands for their support! #Cagetheelephant #Beck #Spoon #TheNightRunningTour #PLUS1 #Compassioniscontagious #FoodSecurity
Did you miss the opportunity to plant tomatoes this spring? Not to worry! In Central Texas, we get a second chance to plant in July for fruit that is ready for fall. Visit our blog archive for all our tips and tricks on planting summer tomatoes. (link in bio) #organicgardening #GrowLocal #texasgarden
Did you know that we offer rental space? Book your next meeting, celebration, or catered event in our bright and airy solar-powered conference room and kitchen. Follow the link in our bio to learn more!
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We're Hiring! We are looking for an individual with expertise in building and sustaining relationships and major gift fundraising to fill the role of Major Gifts Officer. Applications accepted until February 3rd. https://t.co/OrPs8exTvy
Join a community screening and panel discussion of the movie “El Susto” that tells the story of how Mexican advocates made history with the world’s first significant sugary drink tax. https://t.co/R4QIdJWsX6
We're always trying to avoid food waste, and when we invest in local vegetables or harvest produce from our gardens, we're extra-motivated to use every bit. Bookmark these six strategies from @Budget_Bytes for using leftover vegetables before they go bad! https://t.co/Y1brCx0PGk
.@NRDCFood is interviewing farmers and ranchers around the country to learn more about their journeys and the hurdles they must overcome to practice regeneratively and stay afloat. https://t.co/3nQUgAudTM
Interested in both theater and SFC? Snag a ticket to "Possibilities - Storytelling with Poetry, Improv, and Song, by Jennifer Bloom & In Our Prime". This entertaining evening will be held Friday, January 31st and proceeds benefit SFC! https://t.co/DXvHSrMIZA https://t.co/ZigCY215Ws
Brussels sprouts are a great way to add variety to your salad rotations this time of year - and they're heartier than many greens, so you can enjoy leftovers that don't get soggy! https://t.co/ddCxo49K6p via @epicurious
The first in a series of proposed changes to restrict access to SNAP has been approved. The rule that passed this month won’t affect Texans in the short term, but a second rule coming down the pipeline could kick as many as 390,000 Texans off SNAP. https://t.co/SPNtEIrYOZ