Incentive programs are proven to reduce hunger, improve healthy outcomes for the low-income community, and directly support the local agriculture. Since 2009, we have administered Alemany Farmers’ Market’s incentive program, now called Market Match. The program operates at the Alemany Farmers’ Market, which opened in 1943 and was California’s first farmers’ market. Read more . . .
Programs We Support
A Better Course also supports local organizations that provide opportunities for students and families to build skills and community through nutrition, garden and culinary education.
Urban Sprouts plants the seeds of social equity to build healthy and thriving neighborhoods through community and garden-based education.
Bay Leaf Kitchen empowers children and families with the ability to feed themselves seasonal, nourishing food through an immersive culinary curriculum to build a resilient, diverse community in the soil and around the table.