The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s “Seeds of Change” (now “Routes of Change”) e-newsletter won first place in the electronic publications category of the National Agri-Marketing Association’s Region IV “Best of NAMA” contest.
The newsletter informs media, policymakers, Kellogg Foundation grantees and others interested in the projects and programs the Foundation’s Food Systems and Rural Development (FSRD) programming area supports in the areas of agriculture, food systems, the environment and rural development. The free newsletter is distributed electronically every other month.
To signup for “Routes of Change” click here. To view previous issues, click here. The September 2003 issue of the newsletter was entered in the Best of NAMA contest. That issue included stories and news on land use, the National Immigrant Farming initiative, three projects in the Mid South Delta Initiative and a project by Foods Resource Bank working with U.S. farmers and communities to grow crops – and raise funds for food security programs in developing countries.