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Can-Do Kitchen Group Tour and Info Session

February, 7 12-4p Can-Do Kitchen 511 Harrison St.

The Group Tour is a no-cost opportunity to see our kitchen facility and to learn about our incubation program and other opportunities. Registration is required. Please email kitchen@fairfoodmatters.org if you are interested in attending. (If no one is signed up, the tour will be cancelled.)

2014 Annual Campaign

Please help us prepare for a new year of educating, connecting, and empowering the Kalamazoo community by investing in Fair Food Matters. Make a tax-deductible year-end contribution on or before December 31st by clicking here.

Fair Food Matters Seeks New Executive Director

Applications due November 28, 2014, or every other Friday until position is filled

Click here to view full press release

Fair Food Matters is currently accepting applications for the executive director position. The first deadline for applications is Friday, November 28. Applications will continue to be reviewed every other Friday until the position is filled. For more information, please read the full press release above and review the job description below.

Thank you Bizarre Bazaar!

Thank you to Heidi LaGrow, Erin Abueva, Bell's Brewery, and all the vendors for your support through this fantastic event. Can-Do Kitchen is thankful for you!

Programs and Partnerships:
  • Can-Do Kitchen
    A commercial kitchen and business incubation for small food businesses.
  • Douglass Farmers' Market
    Greet friends and neighbors at this market on the north side of town featuring local producers.
  • Growing Matters Garden
    Kids get their hands dirty and learn a lot with our educational gardening project.
  • Southwest Michigan Community Harvest Fest
    Celebrate local food, local farming, and sustainable living with great speakers, music and more.
  • Common Ground
    A network of individuals and organizations working to support community gardens throughout Kalamazoo County.
  • Good Food Kalamazoo
    A collaboration working to engage and empower our community to provide itself with food that is healthy, green, fair, and affordable.