REV Birmingham’s Urban Food Project is an initiative striving to create an equitable, regionally prosperous local food system that is a catalyst for economic development. After identifying food deserts, or areas negatively impacted by inadequate healthy food access, REV Birmingham is collaborating with the City of Birmingham, the Jefferson County Department of Health, United Way of Central Alabama, the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham and other partners to address community needs while building profitable business enterprises.
For more information on REV Birmingham’s Urban Food Project, contact Taylor Clark at 205.595.0562 or by email.
Go to www.theurbanfoodproject.com for more information.
Download the attached flyer for information on how you can get involved.