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Food

Grow your own or buy local!

If you are looking for area farmers' markets, RocWiki maintains a good list of the farmers' markets in and around Rochester.  To find farmers' markets in surrounding counties check out InfoRochester.com.

Community Garden
Community Garden
A group of RIT employees and students established and maintain a community garden on the campus grounds, south of the Tennis Courts. We are supported in part by the Better Me Program.  All faculty, staff, students, alumni or retirees of RIT are welcome to join.  The harvest of the community garden is shared by its members and the excess is donated to FoodLink and used by Campus Dining Services. More
Good Food Collective
Good Food Collective
The Good Food Collective is a community supported agriculture (CSA) program with deliveries on the RIT campus.  There is both a summer and winter CSA membership option. More

Sharing Food

RIT FoodShare

A new movement on campus uniting faculty, staff and students wanting to share.  Often there is left over food after events across campus that simply goes to waste.  RIT FoodShare, an initiative of Student Government, RIT Sustainability, Residence Life, and the School of Communication, wants the entir RIT community to post on this FB group when there is free food available for students to retrieve. Students that are members of the group will receive push notifications to their phones or computers.  Join the group and help us share as a community and reduce waste!

Recover Rochester

Rec Roc is a student organization dedicated to recovering left over food that would otherwise be thrown away and transporting it to homeless shelters and food kitchens in the Rochester Community.  More