ALL IN Eats & Alameda County Public Health Recipes

Opportunities for Food Hubs Grow

These past few months, ALL IN Eats has been focused on expanding our farms and food hubs. Food hubs are a central infrastructural piece of the Circular Food Economy. Food Hubs will support the aggregation of fresh produce from local farms and recovered food by...

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Working Group Meeting and Notes 6/24

Every month, ALL IN Eats hosts a monthly meeting to create a safe space for people to collaborate on their work, share ideas, and find their space within the Circular Food Economy. We engage on topics ranging from filling service gaps, inclusivity of new faces, and...

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ALL IN Eats YouTube Playlist

We’re excited to share that we now have our own ALL IN Eats Playlist on the Alameda County YouTube channel. You can check out a wide range of videos, including previous Working Group meetings here. A few videos we encourage you to take a look at are: Alameda County’s...

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ALL IN Eats Budget Ask Passed!

On Friday, June 26, the Board of Supervisors approved our $6.8M budget ask. We plan to use the $4.6M farming allotment for the Ardenwood and Masons Farms. This includes staffing and startup costs, such as equipment, irrigation set up, seed and soil inputs. This also...

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Welcome To Our ALL IN Eats Summer Interns!

We’re pleased to welcome our two summer interns who are working with us at the Board of Supervisor Wilma Chan’s Office on ALL IN Eats and Recipes4Health (formerly known as Food as Medicine)!   Dylan Thai Bach (he/him) is a rising second-year dual Master of Public...

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