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2018 Food Innovation Fellowship Graduation Showcase

April 18 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join the Food Well Alliance and the Center for Civic Innovation as we recognize a group of incredible food entrepreneurs with ideas, products, and services that will make Atlanta’s food system stronger, and in turn, build healthier communities.

From farmers to community advocates, these entrepreneurs are transforming urban neighborhoods through their leadership and commitment to growing healthy, local food to ensure that all Atlantans are food secure, and have equitable food access.

This graduation will feature three-minute pitches from each leader, focused on the problem they are solving, their unique product or service solution, and their long-term growth strategy. All of these entrepreneurs are recent Food Well Alliance grant recipients.

2018 Food Innovation Fellows

Carol Hunter, Truly Living Well: Truly Living Well grows better communities by connecting people with their food and the land through education, training and demonstrating success in urban agriculture.

Erin Croom, Georgia Organics: Georgia Organics is a member-supported, nonprofit organization connecting organic food from Georgia farms to Georgia families.

Jeffrey Hicks, Providence Missionary Baptist Church – Urban Farm Ministry: Urban Farm Ministry provides food to neighborhood residents, church food pantries, and classes.

Josh Daniel, Wylde Center: The Wylde Center educates and cultivates green spaces in the areas they serve by actively engaging youth, families, and individuals in their environment, health, and community.

Nobie Muhl, Good Samaritan Health Clinic: Good Samaritan Health Clinic grows and sells affordable, quality produce for patients and community members.

Reggie Ramos, Grow With the Flow: Grow With the Flow provides local and naturally grown produce, converts homeowners’ unused lawn space into productive market gardens, and works with the community to educate and raise awareness about sustainable food.

Rosario Hernandez, Historic Westside Gardens: Historic Westside Gardens fosters community self-determination through building equitable neighborhood networks around healthy, fresh and affordable food.

Rosario Hernandez
Historic Westside Gardens

Erin Croom
Georgia Organics

Josh Daniel
Wylde Center

Jeffrey Hicks
Urban Farm Ministry

Carol Hunter
Truly Living Well

Nobie Muhl
Good Samaritan Health Clinic

Reggie Ramos
Grow With the Flow


April 18
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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