Harvesting Abundance profiles the inspirational efforts of 25 Episcopal congregations, schools, and organizations planting seeds of change in their communities through their food and faith initiatives.
A free retreat (sponsored by Duke Divinity’s Foundations of Christian Leadership) is offered for farm- and dinner-church planters, food ministry leaders, and others at the intersection of food and faith.
A new documentary (January 2017) shares the story of a Trappist’s community’s embrace of a land stewardship initiative, including sustainable agricultural practices.
New Communion is a new interfaith organization with the goal of enhancing community relationships and diminishing the impacts of hunger and food insecurity in Winston-Salem, NC.
Johns Hopkins Health Review explores the public health impact of faith-based nutrition education.