What we do.

Our multi-stakeholder partnership designs food policies and programs that train farmers, strengthen local supply chains, increase local food access, reduce waste, and educate the public. RFSA successes include:

The Riverside Food and Agriculture Policy Action Plan was officially adopted by the City of Riverside (2014).
The annual GrowRIVERSIDE Conference, with year-round workshops and community events (since 2015).
A Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant to participate in the Invest Health Initiative (www.investhealth.org) (2016).
A pilot food hub through Riverside Unified School District (2017).
A regional food rescue and waste prevention pilot program funded by the California Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery (2018).

Meet the team.

RFSA stakeholders share a commitment to locally grown food for local consumption. Our members include new and seasoned farmers; educators; food professionals; conservation professionals; urban and environmental health administrators; institutional buyers; Riverside city, county, and water district representatives; nonprofit, not-for-profit, and private sector entrepreneurs; residents and community organizers. Join our efforts toward a strong farming economy and vibrant food ecology.

Get in Touch

More questions about Riverside Food Systems Alliance?

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@RiversideFoodSystemsAlliance

Phone us

(951) 888-0646

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