Lindsey Scalera joined CRFS in 2018 as Community Food Systems Collaboration Specialist. In her previous role as Farm to Institution Campaign Director at the Ecology Center, Scalera served as MFIN co-lead and Regional Organizer for Health Care Without Harm's Healthy Food in Health Care program from 2016-2018. She brings over a decade of facilitation and community-based education experience to her work.
Lindsey is collaborating with partners throughout Michigan to ensure the future of the Michigan Good Food movement is sustainable, inclusive and democratic. Lindsey got her start in food systems as co-founder of the Giving Garden and the Michigan Young Farmer Coalition while earning her Master's Degree in Social Foundations of Education, specializing in EcoJustice Education from Eastern Michigan University.
2022 Charter Launch Webinar Recording and Resources
Published on August 19, 2022
MSU Releases New Michigan Good Food Charter
Published on August 17, 2022
Michigan Good Food Charter informs recommendations to the White House Conference on Nutrition
Published on August 2, 2022
Michigan Good Food Charter
Published on July 26, 2022
Webinar - State Food System Plans: Are they worth it?
Published on July 19, 2021
A Food Retailer’s Guide to Getting Started with Offering Local Food
Published on March 4, 2021
Webinar - Building food council networks that support health, local economies and equity
Published on December 21, 2020
2020 Michigan Good Food Summit - Farm to Institution: Pandemic Updates from the Field
Published on October 20, 2020