Here is a list of employers and organizations partnering with FoodWorks  this summer:


Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest


http://www.ohio-forum.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/bern_id_greenTag.jpgBernheim’s Mission Statement: Bernheim will be a nationally treasured leader in ecological stewardship that inspires the exploration of our deep connections with nature.





Bell-Center for Regional Environmental Studies Bellarmine

Berry Center

cropped-The-Berry-Men-at-the-Home-Place-1024x7361Mission Statement: In 1977 Wendell Berry published The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture, a book that started a national and international conversation on the state of agriculture in our country. The Berry Center’s mission is to continue his work by bringing focus, knowledge, and cohesiveness to the work of changing our ruinous industrial agriculture system into a culture that uses nature as the standard, that accepts no permanent damage to the ecosphere, and that takes into consideration human health in local communities.



Brown-Forman is a diversified producer of fine quality consumer products. It was founded in 1870 by George Garvin Brown in Louisville, KY, U.S. His original brand, Old Forester Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisky, was America’s first bottled bourbon and remains one of Brown-Forman’s finest brands today.

Creation Gardens

aCreation Gardens’ Mission Statement:

Wow Chefs!

Local Food Association

Screen Shot 2014-05-29 at 2.28.18 PMMission Statement: The Local Food Association (LFA) is a trade association for those in the business of local food. LFA works to increase market access and market share for both sellers and commercial buyers of local food. We build on the bedrock principles of supporting community-centered businesses, maintaining healthy relationships in commerce and nature, and increasing mindfulness in food decisions. Led by its Board of Directors and a professional staff, LFA facilitates collaborative approaches to issues of common concern to both sellers and buyers of food, providing strategic coordination to a national movement with deep grassroots origins.

Louisville Grows


Louisville Grows’ Missions Statement:

 To promote the well-being of local communities by fostering sustainable living and lasting community partnerships through urban agriculture, education, and the coordination of resources.

New Roots

1291121_10154000495310156_7129976409961624911_oThe New Roots Fresh Stops connect families to farms with affordable fresh food, share knowledge about home cooking and inspire community leaders to help people transform their lives.

St. Francis School

sfs_hor_logo2Mission Statement:St. Francis School cultivates a joyful, compassionate, intellectual community that celebrates individuality and inspires independent thinking for life.

University of Louisville Sustainability

UofL Sustainability Banner with URL

University of Louisville Sustainability’s Mission Statement:

The University of Louisville is committed to integrating sustainability into everything we do – from how we manage our facilities, finances and people to what we teach in the classroom and what we research in the lab. Our vision is to create a university that is itself a living laboratory for sustainability and a campus community that leads by example and educates as much by what we do as by what we say. Our goal is to make decisions which reflect a balanced consideration for environmental, social and economic responsibility and to continually learn as we go. UofL’s Sustainability Council has a wide variety of initiatives related to creating a more just, healthy, and sustainable food system both on and off campus.

Yew Dell Gardens

ft_yew_dell_gardensYew Dell is a nationally-recognized center of gardening and sustainable horticulture that offers extensive display gardens, a diverse slate of educational programs, family-oriented community events, ongoing research into new and better garden plants, and a wide range of private event facilities. All of this activity is offered in a unique setting that artfully combines elements of Kentucky’s rural heritage with modern, cutting-edge architecture.



ACORN (Addison County Relocalization Network)

ACORN is a small nonprofit committed to revitalizing Addison County’s local food economy, sustaining the working landscape and connecting our local farms and food producers to our regional consumer base.

Hannaford Career Center

linksSTEMMission Statement: Our mission is to provide high quality technical, workplace and continuing educational opportunities for the secondary and adult learners of Addison County.

Lincoln Peak Winery


Middlebury College Archives

Serving as the institutional memory of Middlebury College, the College Archives is the repository of records, documents, publications, photographs, audiovisual recordings and other archival materials related to Middlebury College and its emerging global presence since 1800.

Middlebury College Organic Farm

Rutland Area Farm and Food Link (RAFFL)

About RAFFL:

RAFFL works to expand availability and access to locally produced foods, bolster the greater Rutland agricultural economy, and increase community appreciation and understanding of the positive impact of farms and farmers on the Rutland region.

Trevelan Farm/ Child Parent Center

Vermont Community Foundation

logoThe Vermont Community Foundation is committed to building philanthropic resources that will sustain healthy and vital Vermont communities now and into the future.


Vermont Farm Tours


Mission Statement: Our mission is to provide a memorable and delicious way to experience Vermont’s agricultural story. Founder and guide Chris Howell thoroughly enjoys introducing guests to favorite farmers and artisans. Food is the foundation for strong communities, and it offers a unique window into Vermont’s terroir, the essence of place.


Weybridge House Preservation