Book n’ Cook

Initially begun in September of 2020 in collaboration with the Evansville African American Museum (EAAM), the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library (EVPL) Lincoln School, Legacy Taste of the Garden (LTotG) and Memorial Community Development Program, Urban Seeds is a proud partner and sponsor of the Book n’ Cook initiative. The EAAM and EVPL invited Urban Seeds to facilitate the Cook […]

Nourishing Our Community

Urban Seeds is the lead organization for Nourish, Community Food Buying Club (nourishevv.org). Thanks to a generous grant from Welborn Baptist Foundation, we are able to collaborate with several community partners to initiate this project with the goal of diminishing nutrient-insecurity in the Evansville area. Nourish has two key strategies: To provide nutrient dense staple […]

Robin Mallery on the Food Dignity Podcast

A proud moment during which I had the opportunity to share my dedication to Food Justice while addressing the nuances of language around food and nutrient insecurity in the context of Trauma Informed Nutrition Care. Thank you Clancy at The Food Dignity Project for this opportunity. Listen to the podcast here.

Story Challenge

We are excited to announce the inaugural Story Challenge, an event for high school students to write/speak/film/perform their perspective on the intersections of Food Justice with cultural familiarity, food access, and poverty. A $1500 scholarship and a one year position on our Board of Directors will be awarded. As we endeavor to contribute to the […]