July 15, 2019

Food Waste Recovery Sets Ambitious Goals for Island

Every year, 6,500 tons of watermelon rinds from hundreds of summer picnics, citrus peels from fancy cocktails and countless eggshells, skins, husks, soggy napkins, lobster appendages, heads of romaine lettuce and moldy bread are shipped off the Vineyard at a premium. Leaders at the Martha’s Vineyard Food Waste Initiative and its partners aim to change all ...
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July 1, 2019

Free Community Lunches!

We will serve free, nutritious Community Lunches at the following sites from July 8th-August 16th:  W.T. Library- Tues. & Fri.12-1pm O.B. Library- Wed. & Fri.12-1pm The Family Center-Mon. & Thurs.11:30am-12:30pm ALL ARE WELCOME! For more information please visit igimv.org or contact Noli Taylor at noli@igimv.org or 508-687-9062   ...
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May 6, 2019

Pieces in the Puzzle of Food Equity

"In the coldest months of 2019, some of the Vineyard’s hungriest residents had hot soup to eat. Made by local chefs from Island-raised produce, hundreds of quarts of frozen soups were distributed over the winter to food-insecure families and home-bound elders."
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