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Videos About The Food Project

Learn more about The Food Project's work with young people, promoting a healthy community and creating sustainable food systems, by watching one of the following videos that have been created about us through the years. These videos can also be viewed on our YouTube channel.


Eat 2050

What will food look like in 2050? Dive into The Food Project's West Cottage Farm and Dudley Greenhouse in Boston for a segment in this series created by Arts and Images Productions and Montreal, Canada's TV5.


Growing Together - The Food Project 2012

Take a peek at the faces and farms of this inspiring organization and the work they are doing in and around Boston. 


The Food Project - North Shore Summer Youth Program

This video was created by Food Project alum Jack McKenzie. It captures the feel and spririt of The Food Project by focusing on the North Shore Summer Youth Program.


A Convenient Injustice

Teenagers from The Food Project's Academic Year Program reflect on whether healthy food is a basic human right and demonstrate inequities in food accessibilities.


The Food Project - Youth Growing Together

This short, beautiful video was produced in 2009 by Starbucks in support of The Food Project.


Bringing Youth Together

This short video describes the work that teenagers do in The Food Project's Summer Youth Program.


Straight Talk

Jamal Sanders and Mike Evans demonstrate "Straight Talk," a system of giving feedback in which youth give and receive honest feedback on the work that they have done.


The Food Project on ArtShow 2 Grow

Shirley Bryce Heath's award-winning documentary ArtShow 2 Grow showcases young people moving their communities towards environmental sustainability. The Food Project is one of her featured organizations.


Not Just Another Summer Job

Filmed and produced by high school student Ben Barkan, this video highlights The Food Project's Internship Program, which builds upon the work of the Summer Youth Program. 


Urban Agriculture and Youth Development: The New Food System

The Food Project's successes in promoting urban agriculture and youth development are captured in the short film Feeding America, produced by the USDA Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service.  


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The Food Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

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