The Food and Health Network is a collaborative partnership of diverse organizational representatives and individuals committed to developing a regional community food system that maximizes local food production and consumption. Partners include farmers, farm organizations, U.S.D.A. staff, health professionals, dieticians, Cornell Cooperative Extension staff, public school administrators and food service directors, food bank and food pantry leaders, and more. The Network has membership and representation from eight counties in South Central New York.
Counties: Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Otsego, Tioga, and Tompkins
Food and Health Network 2013 Members and Sponsors
2011 marked the first year of official FaHN membership! Becoming an official FaHN member supports the FaHN goals and annual work plan deliverables. Below is a list of our organizational and individual 2013 members. Non-members are still welcome to participate in FaHN as partners whom are not listed below.
Visit our "Become a Member" page to join us in 2013!
2013 Organizational Members:Broome County Council of Churches
Broome County Health Department
Broome-Tioga BOCES Food Service
Center For Agricultural Development and Entrepreneurship (CADE)
Rural Health Network of South Central New York
Seven Valleys Health Coalition
Tioga County Health Department
TouchPoint Support Services at Lourdes Hospital
2013 Individual Members:
Pam Stewart Fahs