Awards & Achievements
Healing Trust Award for Compassionate Care (2018)
Bank of America Neighborhood Builder
Governor's Environmental Stewardship Award for Excellence in Materials Management
Frist Foundation Award for Excellence in Revenue Development (2017)
Don’t just take our word for it! The Nashville Food Project has received coverage from a variety of local and national media.
Chef Maneet Chauhan leads fundraising dinner to help alleviate hunger in Nashville, The Tennessean, July 2018
Refugees find hope in Nashville gardens, News Channel 5, July 2018
68-Year-Old Finds Purpose, Family, At Nashville Food Project, News Channel 5, February 2018
Buy Local, Eat Global, Edible Nashville, Sept/Oct 2016
Hand to Mouth, Refugee Finds Happiness in the Soil, The Tennessean, August 2016
Growing Together: Refugee Farmers Bring a Taste of Home to Nashville Farmers' Market, Restaurants, The Contributor, June 2016
A Different Kind of Tithe Feeds the Hungry, The Tennessean, June 2016
Nashville Refugee Farmers Grow Food for Bonnaroo, The Tennessean, June 2016
Cutting Food Waste Helps Solve the Hunger Problem, The Tennessean, December 2015
How Their Gardens Grow, Edible Nashville, May/June 2015
"Immigrants Find Room to Grow in Nashville's Public Gardens," The Ledger, December 20, 2014
“More Than a Meal,” Duke University’s Faith & Leadership, July 1, 2014.
“Hume-Fogg Teen, Food Truck Team Up for Fundraiser,” The Tennessean, March 29, 2014.
"Smashing Through Nashville's Iron Ceiling," Nashville Scene, March 20, 2014
"The People Issue: The Cook," Nashville Scene, March 2013
“Nashville: Tagging Along with Thomas Keller During a Manic Visit to Music City,” Food Republic, Dec. 5, 2102.
“Tasteful Reminders: Thomas Keller Signing and Vivek’s Epicurean Adventure,” Nashville Scene, Nov. 29, 2012.
“Thousands Run in Boulevard Bolt,” WSMV, Nov. 22, 2012.
"FACES of Nashville: Tallu Schuyler Quinn," Style Blueprint, July 15, 2012
"Cooking Up a Storm with The Nashville Food Project," Nashville Scene, March 27, 2012