LAFPC Network 2.18.16 – Farmers Markets for All: Hunger, Health and Universal EBT Access at Farmers Markets


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Farmers’ markets in LA promote neighborhood connectivity, make our streets vibrant, and connect us to small farmers and organic food grown locally. But not every Angeleno can afford to enjoy the bounty provided by farmers’ markets. In the City of Los Angeles, nearly 60% of farmers’ markets do not accept CalFresh/EBT (formerly known as “food stamps”), despite evidence of the health and economic benefits to EBT recipients and farmers alike.

Join us on February 18th to learn how farmers markets can play an important role in promoting food security and health, especially for low-income Angelenos, while supporting a vibrant regional food economy.

***RSVP on Eventbrite by February 17, 2016:
Interested in volunteering?

Contact Esther Park, by Friday, August 14.


About the LAFPC Network Events

The LA Food Policy Council Network is a bi-monthly networking, capacity building and movement building space for change makers working on food issues. The event features dynamic presentations, collaborative spaces and networking with the purpose to:

  • Grow our collective impact to change the food system by building skills, analysis and relationships
  • Connect people, projects and organizations
  • Catalyze innovation and address the gaps in our local food system
We do our best to make our events accessible to all. If you have inquiries regarding the translation, interpretation, or accessibility of this space, please contact Camille at