Feed Iowa First Recieves Choose Iowa Grant to for Tunnel to Expand Culturally Relevant Produce Growing Season. March 14, 2023. Article Link
Feed Iowa First Equitable Land Access Farmers Recieve Grant to Expand Farming Operations. March 13th, 2023 Article Link
Faulty Well Displaces Underserved Farmers at the Dows Farm. February 17, 2023 Article Link
Student Help Build Iowa’s Largest Hugelkultur, a sustainable farming project in Linn County with Feed Iowa First Article Link
NewBo City Market, Feed Iowa First partner to support immigrant farmers. Article Link
Feed Iowa First signs 20-year lease to help provide equitable land access for farming in Cedar Rapids Article Link
Newbo and Feed Iowa First Partner to Establish a Community Fridge Article Link
Feed Iowa First Links Immigrant Farmers with Land Article Link
In 10th year, Feed Iowa First marks progress in mission to grow food, farmers in Linn County Article Link. Article Link
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Mary Green. “Linn County organization sees need for fresh produce rise enormously in month after derecho.” KCRG. September 10, 2020.
Concepcion de Leon. “How to Help Derecho Victims in the Midwest.” The New York Times. August 18, 2020.
Alison Gowans. “Brucemore teams up with Feed Iowa First to help food pantries.” Cedar Rapids Gazette. June 1, 2020.
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CBS2/Fox 28 Staff. “Seed Library Opens in Honor of ‘Feed Iowa First’ Founder Sonia Kendrick.” CBS2/Fox28. March 31, 2019.
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SONIA JO (MALONE-KENDRICK) STOVER Memorial. The Gazette – Cedar Rapids, IA. March 22, 2018.
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Diane Heldt. “C.R. woman walking to ISU to raise hunger awareness.” Cedar Rapids Gazette. May 1, 2012