Working Landscapes is a nonprofit rural development organization based in Warren County, NC. We are working to advance the economic and environmental resilience of our region. Learn more about our mission and vision>
In order to grow the economy and improve health in northeastern North Carolina, we work with partners to build a food system that connects local farmers to local consumers. We have developed a unique food processing hub in downtown Warrenton.
Are you a food service professional? We offer a line of premium quality, fresh-cut local greens for your cafeteria. Learn more>
Are you a farmer? We can help you enter wholesale markets. Learn more>
Are you a food entrepreneur? Launch or grow your business in our shared-use commercial kitchen. Learn more>
Are you a school district? We can help you get students engaged in healthy, local eating. Learn more>
Announcing our next Children’s Workshop at the Main Street Kitchen!
Working Landscapes presents: Spooky Sweets!
Come and join Working Landscapes for a day of decorating some spooky Halloween treats! No tricks here – just treats! Children will be able to make and decorate a selection of six different ghoulish goodies to take home. All materials will be provided, and children of all ages are welcome to attend!
When: October 27, 2018 from 9:30-Noon Where: Main Street Kitchen, 108 South Main St., Warrenton, NC
Attention farmers!! Are you looking to grow your farm and your business? Cultivating Change, a local farm grant program, is currently accepting grant proposals for up to $30,000! Cultivating Change is a program of Greener Fields Together, a sustainability initiative participated in by Foster Caviness Produce, one of our distributor partners. Every year, Cultivating Change funds projects for farmers across the nation to improve food safety, grow infrastructure, and support sustainable innovations. If you have a project you’ve been dreaming of, but need some funds to get started, here is your chance. For more information or to apply through their simple, 4-step process, visit www.cultivatingchange.org… See MoreSee Less
We want to thank everyone who came out to support our organization at the Chefs on the Farm event this past Sunday. With over 250 attendees including ticket holders, chefs, farmers, volunteers, and staff, we are excited to have been able to pull together an event that brought so many people together to support us in our efforts to develop local foodways in Warren County and across our region. Aside from helping us to advance our mission and goals, we hope that everyone in attendance had as much fun and good food as we did!