Our mission is to grow community-based good food systems that provide healthy, affordable food for all. Our vision is an educated world that has access to food that is healthy, green, fair, accessible, and affordable.
Who We Are
The Tallahassee Food Network is a regional coalition of the global movement working to grow community-based good food systems.
Our diverse network includes youth and adults, farmers, farmers’ market coordinators, food pantry workers, area college staff, faculty, and students, community food security and food sovereignty advocates, community health activists, community and school gardeners, chefs, business owners, officials within local and state agencies and elected officials.
1st Saturdays of every month from 10 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at the iGrow Farm (611 Dent St). These gatherings serve as a chance to connect, learn from, and collaborate with other food movement players in Tallahassee. Join us for some savory collards and cornbread. Bring something to share if you’re able.
iGrow “Whatever You Like” is TFN’s urban agriculture and youth empowerment program. Come by Monday or Friday from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. to see what’s growin’ and purchase fresh produce.
What We Do
Work Groups are ways to get more involved in the movement in targeted focus areas.
Positions provide college students meaningful experience and educational opportunities while working alongside passionate and skilled staff to grow community-based food systems.
Partnership is critical in our area’s food movement. Some groups we’ve worked with in the past include farmers’ markets, neighborhood associations, grocery stores, community organizations, and local businesses.