Sustainable Food Center is your source for information related to food systems, food access, health and nutrition, regenerative agriculture, organic food gardening, farmers’ markets, and more.
Our staff is knowledgeable about a range of topics. We are available to help media get substantive, newsworthy information, unique feature ideas, and beautiful photos of the community gardens, farmers' markets, cooking and gardening classes, and other programs we offer.
If you are a member of the media and would like to talk, please contact us*:
English Language Media
- Madeline Townsend
- Communications Specialist
Spanish Language Media
- Sayuri Yamanaka
- Community Engagement Manager
*If you are a student and would like to interview SFC staff, please contact us using this request form. Requests must be submitted with at least 2 weeks notice. We strive to answer all student interviews, but due to the high volume of requests received we may not be able to answer all requests submitted.
About Sustainable Food Center
Sustainable Food Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving Austin and the Central Texas region. Founded in 1993 with roots dating back to 1975 as Austin Community Gardens, SFC is involved in every step of our local food system.
Sustainable Food Center cultivates a just and regenerative food system so that people and the environment can thrive.
Visit our About page to learn more about our mission, vision, history, and programs »
Download a bio and high-res headshot of SFC's Executive Director, Mark Bethell.
Download high resolution files of the Sustainable Food Center logo.