Want to learn more about the food system in Alamance County?  Click the link to learn more.  Alamance County Food Accessibility Inventory

The Alamance Food Collaborative released its strategic plan on October 27th and began a conversation with the community about our food system.

Alamance Food Collaborative Strategic Plan 2016

Who are we?


Situated between the Triad and Triangle regions, Alamance County residents often commute outside the county for work, entertainment, recreation, and healthy food options.  Not only is this lost revenue for the county but also a loss of talents and skills.  Therefore, addressing the county’s health is broader than simply looking at what happens within healthcare systems.

In April 2015, Healthy Alamance and Impact Alamance invited approximately 25 organizations and individuals to participate in the first meeting of what would later be named the Alamance Food Collaborative.  Regular meetings are attended by approximately 30 participants, representing entrepreneurs from the local restaurant industry and private sector, academics from Elon University, public health and healthcare sectors, non-profit leaders, farmers, and local government.  This group is focused on creating infrastructure to Alamance County’s food system that will have a lasting impact and influence the health of the community and economic viability.

Membership includes:

Elected officals, Alamance County Commissioners

United Way of Alamance County

Elon University

Alamance County Health Department

The Eddy Pub

Cone Health-Alamance Regional

Peaceful River Farm

Planner, City of Graham

Carolina Farm Stewardship Association

Allied Churches

TS Designs

Benevolence Farm

Second Harvest   

CoOperative & Press Coffee & Crepes

Impact Alamance

Healthy Alamance

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