The DNATL Community Food Council is working collaboratively to co-create a local food system that provides access to healthy, culturally appropriate food to all families in Del Norte and Tribal Lands (DNATL).
Upcoming CFC Events & Projects
Sea to Market grant
DNATL Community Food Council received Fishermen COVID Relief funds from Catch Together, a program of Multiplier, to develop the North Coast Fresh from the Sea Program. The program includes the Sea to Market project to help local fishermen adapt to selling fish locally. DNATL CFC will provide grant funds to two fishermen to help them obtain their Multi-functioning Fish Business License, allowing them to sell direct to consumer and to other market outlets. Fishermen can apply here. Deadline is Friday, March 12th.
Fresh Fish at Pacific Pantry
A grant from Catch Together, a project of Multiplier, has given the DNATL CFC funds to purchase fish from local fishermen to distribute through the pantry. This month at the pantry, we have Salmon. Check out Salmon Recipes here.
Waste Not Weekly is every Thursday, 2:00-6:00 pm at Pacific Pantry, 494 Pacific Ave around the back of the Family Resource Center in Crescent City, CA. A variety of FREE rescued food items from local farmers, businesses, restaurants, & local organizations are available for ANYONE to take. Visit Food Rescue Del Norte Facebook Page for weekly updates of available items.