About the Berkeley Food Network
The Berkeley Food Network (BFN) is comprised of Berkeley agencies and individuals that provide services to neighbors in our community who are struggling with food insecurity. BFN’s primary objectives are to:
Coordinate network-level services to fill gaps in access to food in Berkeley
Conduct research to better understand our community’s needs; and
Promote awareness about food insecurity and pursue advocacy in Berkeley.
Trainings, research, advocacy.
Distribution Hub Update
We're in the process of opening a food sourcing and distribution hub
Connect with other organizations and individuals working to end food insecurity in Berkeley
Learn about the Issues
Why We Oppose the House Ag Committee Chairman’s 2018 Farm Bill
Thanks to Stephen Knight, Director of Policy at the Alameda County Community Food Bank, for this clear synopsis of the… Read More
Andy Olson – Making Local and Organic Accessible to Everyone
When Berkeley Food Network member Anders Olson graduated from UC Berkeley in 2010 in the midst of an economic slump,… Read More
Meet the Dynamic Duo – Jocelyn Foreman and Kristin Weinberger
Jocelyn Foreman, BUSD’s Site Coordinator for Family Engagement and Equity at Malcolm X and John Muir Schools in Berkeley, and… Read More