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Sowing With the Seasons in the Caribbean

Caribbean Region experiences a dry season that usually goes from December to early April, followed by a short wet season from late April to May. With the entrance of summer in June, precipitation usually drops and temperatures get very high.
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Stories in Sandston

Focused on naming the stories we tell about hunger and those who experience it in our communities, RAFI’s Come to the Table (CTTT) program hosted local faith leaders for a conversation on uncovering hidden narratives about the root causes of hunger at Corinth UMC in Sandston, Virginia.
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Grantee Spotlight: Salem UMC

Salem UMC and WCOC received a small grant from Come to the Table to support the purchase and distribution of fresh, local produce from county farmers to food pantry participants.
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USDA’s Two New Rules Explained

Over the past month, USDA has issued two new proposed rules that, at long last, take direct action to address several concerns. Don’t have time to read 292 pages of regulatory text? We did it for you!
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Staff Profile: Kavita Koppa

With experience in nonprofit, for-profit, and cooperative sectors, Kavita probes deeply into the gray areas of justice, equity, and sustainability in agriculture as RAFI’s Land Access Director.
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Staff Profile: Tee Turner

Tee Turner knew from an early age that she wanted to devote her time to helping people. That drive has guided her career journey from serving as an AmeriCorps volunteer, to working in the food bank industry, to her current role as the Climate Smart Project Manager at RAFI.
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