After a long winter, spring is here. And with spring comes some exciting news! We’ve been working hard over the past few months to redesign our website and are proud to share with you the new look. Here is what’s changed:
Our new homepage highlights who we are, what we do, our social media pages, and features the latest posts from our blog.
The new Who We Are pages tell the story of how we got started, our accomplishments, committee structure, anti-oppression policy, and questions we get asked often.
The new What We Do section is where you’ll find information on community meetings, the youth food journal, advocacy toolkit, research and food policy briefings, past editions of the newsletter, and our blog.
The updated Food Issues section provides information on issues such as cultural awareness, food literacy in education, food waste, growing urban agriculture, urban food security, and industrial agriculture.
The updated Youth Food Movement page lists what we’re all about – youth and food!
And finally, our updated Contact Us page contains bios of this year’s team as well as our contact information.
As with anything new, there are still some details to sort out. If you find something that just isn’t right, email our web team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get it fixed. We’re also open to feedback, comments, and suggestions for things you’d like to see featured on our site. So shoot us an email, get in touch, and let us know what you think!