Research & Practice

Nourish and Inspire: Creating Communications to Connect Local BIPOC Farms, Culturally Relevant Cooking Classes, and Community Food Security (Team 1)

Developed marketing materials to increase community participation in The Plant Based Food Share and assisted the organization in its vision to reduce food insecurity by providing resources for low-income, culturally diverse communities in King County. Our goal was to educate the communities the PBFS serves on nutrient-dense, culturally relevant foods while helping Chef Ariel gain additional donors, volunteers, and food box subscriptions.

Community Partner: Plant Based Food Share – Chef Ariel Bangs, ED

Project Type(s): Undergraduate Capstone

Author(s): Kayla de Vera, Christina Romeo, Tammie Cheung, Annie Nguyen, Nathaniel Dobosz

Program(s): Food Systems Major

Year: 2022