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MLK students tending to the farm

US (NY): Driving food security via educating high school students on sustainable farming

By Rebekka Boekhout | Published July 20, 2022 in Vertical Farm Daily Two blocks away from Central Park, at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Educational …

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A recently-opened urban farm at Bruce Randolph School will help provide fresh food for students and their families.

Growing food and minds in one Denver classroom

By Brian Willie, Amanda Horvath | Published on May 12, 2022 in Rocky Mountain PBS ROCKY MOUNTAIN PBS DENVER — Inside a classroom in a Denver school, there is …

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Bruce Randolph farm launch. Doorway to farm and sign.

Hydroponic farm opens at Denver school

By Lindsey Toomer | Published April 22, 2022 in The Denver Gazette Bruce Randolph School in Denver opened a hydroponic farm Friday, its second garden/farm. …

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Germinating Microgreens

Make composting the rule for all New Yorkers

By Michelle Cao | Published Apr 22, 2022 in the New York Daily News Long lines of familiar faces continue to gather around food pantries across …

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(From l. to r.) Academy of Medical Technology Principal (AMT) William Johnson, Teens for Justice Deputy Director Gabrielle Mosquera, Queens Borough President Donovan Richards, Council member Selvena Brooks-Powers and Principal Frederick Douglas VI Tenesha Worley (Photo by Jessica DiMento)

Teens for Food Justice launches new hydroponic farm at Far Rockaway Educational Complex campus

By Carlotta Mohamed | Published April 19, 2022 in QNS Members of Teens for Food Justice, a youth-led movement to end food insecurity through high-capacity, school-based hydroponic …

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Far Rock Students Turned Farmers

By Katie McFadden | Published April 14, 2022 in The Rockaway Times A farm grows in Far Rockaway. Making it even more unique, it’s growing …

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Bruce Randolph School students install an outdoor garden as part of the school's AgConnect Pathway program.

Denver Public Schools’ AgConnect Pathway: Growing tomorrow’s leaders

By Stacy Nick | Published January 23, 2022 on Colorado State University It started with a seed of an idea: find a way to get students …

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Image of one of TFFJ's hydroponic farm systems with leafy greens

How USDA Grant Winner Teens For Food Justice Is Tackling Food Insecurity In This NYC Community

By Agritecture | Published November 2021 on the Agritecture Blog Editor’s note: The following information is derived from an interview Agritecture conducted with Katherine Soll, …

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Students transplanting. (Photo: Teens for Food Justice)

A new generation of food justice leaders

By Lisa Elaine Held | Published Oct 14, 2021 in Peeled In June of 2019, I visited Brownsville Collaborative Middle School in Brooklyn, where student farmers …

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Headshot of TFFJ Ceo & Founder Katherin Soll

Food Deserts: Katherine Soll of Teens for Food Justice (TFFJ) On How They Are Helping To Address The Problem of People Having Limited Access to Healthy & Affordable Food Options

By Martita Mestey | Published July 19, 2021 in Medium via Authority Magazine In many parts of the United States, there is a crisis caused …

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Teens for Food Justice's Dewitt Clinton Farm Site

Teens for Food Justice: COVID-19 Food Heroes

By NYC Food Policy Editor | Published June 30, 2021 in the Hunter College New York City Food Policy Center Why They’re Food Heroes: The members of Teens …

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Image of microgreens and other greens from a home grow-kit

Teens For Food Justice Tackles Food Insecurity Using At-Home Farming Kits for City Youth

By Jackson Ferrari Ibelle | Published May 20, 2021 in BK Reader With food insecurity reaching staggering heights as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Teens For Food …

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