Sustaining Our Rural Economy

Working Landscapes is a non-profit organization based in Warren County, NC. Our mission is to create more sustainable livelihoods for people in the Warren County region through stewardship of natural and cultural assets.

What is a working landscape? It’s a place that works—economically, environmentally, and socially. A working landscape is:

A productive landscape—a place where farms, forests and small towns all contribute to a vibrant economy and community;

A healthy landscape—both in terms of environmental and human health;

An authentic landscape—in which we recognize that our opportunities are rooted in our natural, cultural, and human assets.

We invite you to learn more about our vision for the future of the Warren County region and join us as we create opportunity in this place we love.

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Delicious meatball skewers, made by Platterific Catering in the FoodWorks kitchen. Made from Warren County pasture-raised beef, pork, and tomatoes, these were served to participants in last week's farm to school workshop. For tasty catered meals like this, call Melissa at Platterific: 252-213-7778 ... See MoreSee Less

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Delicious meatball skewers, made by Platterific Catering in the FoodWorks kitchen. Made from Warren County pasture-raised beef, pork, and tomatoes, these were served to participants in last weeks farm to school workshop. For tasty catered meals like this, call Melissa at Platterific: 252-213-7778

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Working Landscapes was pleased to welcome Warren County Schools' new teachers to Warren FoodWorks on Friday for coffee and baked treats. Seems like a promising new crop of educators! It was cool to see some Warren County Schools alums that we knew as students returning as teachers.
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Working Landscapes was pleased to welcome Warren County Schools new teachers to Warren FoodWorks on Friday for coffee and baked treats.  Seems like a promising new crop of educators!  It was cool to see some Warren County Schools alums that we knew as students returning as teachers.

Working Landscapes hosted a team of cafeteria managers, teachers, and parent volunteers from Halifax County Schools last week for a farm-to-school workshop. Here, Tim Williams talks to the group while they enjoy coffee and Susan Long's baked treats at FoodWorks. We are pleased to support these leaders as they work to improve school meals and the local food system in Halifax County! ... See MoreSee Less

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Working Landscapes hosted a team of cafeteria managers, teachers, and parent volunteers from Halifax County Schools last week for a farm-to-school workshop.  Here, Tim Williams talks to the group while they enjoy coffee and Susan Longs baked treats at FoodWorks.  We are pleased to support these leaders as they work to improve school meals and the local food system in Halifax County!

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