“Our group doesn’t just come together to cook, but we come together to share stories that cause us to have an even greater respect for one another. In turn, it causes us to want to support and build one another up”.
- Florence Jenkins, Trinity
We support grassroots leaders and their kitchen partners through training and resources.
Kitchen Commons supports community projects led by local leaders - to find out more about how KC can help with your food projects, see our project incubator on our website! Here is an example of a garden project created by neighbors who found enthusiasm in gardening and supporting one another.The University Park Seed & Garden Library offers itself as a hub for neighbors to share surplus seeds. Along with locally harvested seeds, excess store-bought seeds, and starts, people regularly donate gardening literature, pots, tools, and garden decor.Read Post
Long time no see! Kitchen Commons wants to hear from you! What have you all been cooking lately? Bonus if it's something particularly imaginative or resourceful - message us on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org! We'll feature you in our next newsletter and perhaps turn the recipes into a collection!Read Post