Nashville Food Project: Elizabeth Langgle-Martin, Community Engagement Manager

Elizabeth Langgle-Martin, Community Engagement Manager at The Nashville Food Project in Nashville, TN, discusses the programs and services at The Nashville Food Project.

Nashville Food Project brings people together to grow, cook and share nourishing food, with the goals of cultivating community and alleviating hunger in our city.

On today’s episode we discuss:

What about food brings people together? Is there actually a food shortage? The effects of COVID-19 on food industry in Nashville Community food security Food recovery Food and social justice What life skills people learn by growing and cooking their own food For more information on the Nashville Food Project, visit thenashvillefoodproject.org.

To hear more episodes like this, visit our website at https://www.musiccitygiving.co/.

Partner organizations referenced on this episode:

Open Table Nashville YWCA Workers’ Dignity Gideon’s Army Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC) Meals on Wheels Legacy Mission Village Nashville Homeless Impact Division

More info on Nashville Food Project: Elizabeth Langgle-Martin, Community Engagement Manager