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Are you passionate about making access to healthy food more universal? We’re now seeking volunteers for a variety of dynamic 2019 Volunteer Opportunities that support our farmers market vendors, market operations and programs, and community outreach, as well as our community kitchen users and healthy eating education efforts. We ask that both new and returning volunteers read the position descriptions carefully prior to submitting the volunteer application. We have added many new positions!




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Latest News

Farm bill contains farmers market program that food advocates for the poor see as hopeful

Farm bill contains farmers market program that food advocates for the poor see as hopeful,” January 2014, The Washington Post. This article, written by DC Food Writer Tim Carman, discusses the economic benefits of supporting double-dollar programs at farmers markets.

Food stamps at the farmers market

Roberts: Food stamps at the farmers market,” July 2015, MetroWest Daily News. Cokie Roberts and Steven V. Roberts discuss giving healthy bonuses for nutritious food.

Innovative leaders transforming metro DC’s food system

Fifty+ under 50: innovative leaders transforming metro DC’s food system,” August 2015, Elevation DC. Executive Director Christie Balch is featured, along with our market vendors (and microenterprise training program participants) Roy & Arti!

Farmers Market Hero: Rosa Linares

Farmers Market Hero: Rosa Linares,” August, 2015, Farmers Market Coalition. Rosa is a Crossroads Farmers Market vendor, Microenterprise Training Program participant, guest farmer in our Healthy Eating Program, and future TPSS Shared Use Community Kitchen user.