Texas Food Education & Discovery (TXFED) Network


Texas Food Education & Discovery Network Logo reads TXFED.org a project of Texas Center for Local Food

 

A collaborative curation of courses catered to farmers, ranchers, food businesses, farmers market organizers, and consumers in Texas. Uniqued created by subject matter experts in the field related to the course audience. 

Visit www.TXFED.org today! 

Outcomes for producers and farmers markets are to increase customers and sales, develop new market
opportunities and create jobs leading to economic sustainability of Texas’ local food systems.

The TXFED network aims to: 

  1. Create a sustainable statewide collaborative providing a single source of consistent, reliable, high-quality peer-to-peer training and technical assistance.
  2. Develop an online training system accessible via any device both asynchronously (on demand) and synchronously (live in real time), with classes available in English and Spanish

A future stage of TXFED is to offer community members the opportunity to create their own courses under the TXFED process and platform with support from TCLF staff. Do you have knowledge and experience in the field of food to share? Let's work together! Contact us at AskMe@TexasLocalFood.org 

Collaborators:

Annelies Lottman, UTRGV Rural Cooperative Center

Carolina Mueller

Frankie Bayne, Texas Organic Farmers and Ranchers Association 

Judith McGeary, Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance 

Katie Tritsch, Small Producers Initiative 

Michelle Akindiya, FarmShare ATX

Nena Johnson, Texas Farmers Market 

P.Wade Ross, Texas Small Farmers & Ranchers Community-Based Organization

Dr. Rebekka Dudensing, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

Robert Maggiani, National Center for Appropriate Technology

Susie Marshall, Grow North Texas