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CASTRO VALLEY FORUM, April 7th, 2021. Launched last April, the Fresh Food for Families initiative has deliverd 150,000 healthy meals as part of Alameda County’s Emergency Food program while providing a lifeline for local food businesses at the same time.

EMILY NONKO - NEXT CITY, March 4th, 2021. To feed the number of people inside — for example — a hospital network, companies rely on a few massive food suppliers who, in turn, rely on cheap labor. Transitioning the supply chain to meaningfully include local farms, with a priority on living wages, won’t just take a shift in resources — it’ll require a full-scale rethinking of the procurement and investment process.

BEN GARCIA - HOVER PICTURES, January 7th, 2021. Emerald Cities Collaborative's Anchors in Resilient Communities (ARC) initiative, co-convened with Health Care Without Harm, highlights one dynamic and innovative local program of Alameda County Sheriff's office, Dig Deep Farms. Roots of Resilience is a short, documentary film that follows the story of Dig Deep Farms, a non-profit project of the Alameda county that provides farming internships, healthcare food prescription delivery, and job opportunities to individuals recently released from prison.

TED STEEN - FULL 90 COACHING, January 13th, 2021. Welcome to episode 96 of the Full 90 Coaching Podcast. I am your host, Ted Steen, and today I had the pleasure of interviewing Nick Lusson. Nick is the Director of Membership with NorCal Premier here in Northern California, he’s an instructor for U.S....

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