Food Frontiers showcases six projects from around the United States that are increasing access to healthy food in varied ways - from a pioneering farm-to-school project to creative supermarket financing to cooking classes in a doctor's office and a teen-managed grocery store.
Directed by Catherine Gund Produced by Catherine Gund and Tanya Selvaratnam A witty and provocative documentary about kids and food politics. Over the course of one year, the film follows two eleven-year-old, multiracial friends from New York City as they explore their place in the food chain.
On Thursday, July 8, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., along with City Harvest, New Settlement Apartments and Montefiore School Health Program, kicked off the Harvest Home Farmer's Markets Season in The Bronx.
An entertaining evening with author and food activist Mark Winne & Emmy Award-Winning Journalist John Hockenberry. This is a fundraising event to support Harvest Home Farmers Market, a 501(c)3 non profit organization dedicated to bringing fresh, locally produce to low income neighborhoods.
Staggering increases in obesity rates and weight related illnesses in the united states have become a growing epidemic. In New York City alone, 3.2 million New Yorkers are either overweight or obese.
A Look at Harvest Home. As the government debates cutting the Food Stamp program, we take a look at one program called Harvest home bringing fresh produce to low income neighborhoods. Harvest Home Farmer's Market is a NYC non-profit organization dedicated to increasing access to local, farm-fresh produce to low-income neighborhoods.