ICR’s youth leadership in food system change project, the CT Youth Food Program Alliance, released their monthly newsletter today. Stop by their website and check them out! You can see their newsletter here.
As a part of their Racial Justice and Equity grant funding, the USDA has selected a proposal from ICR to connect our food justice and youth leadership network, the CT Youth Food Program Alliance, to local Conservation District Offices through a cooperative agreement for 2022-2024. Please see the press release from the USDA
Join us this Saturday, November 6th, at the Thread City Family Garden for a Volunteer workday! As the season comes to an end, we have a lot of things to do! Everyone is welcome, and everything is provided! 9 A.M. to 12 P.M.
The CT Youth Food Program Alliance is partnering with the CT Farm to School Network to sponsor a youth event on Wednesday, August 18, 2021 from 10-1. Please register here.
ICR has been awarded a two-year grant by the National Institutes of Mental Health to investigate how a short-term housing intervention (youth rapid re-housing) affects young adults’ risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted infection (STI) such as HIV. This information will be used to improve rapid rehousing programs for emerging adults in order