Edible Landscape Project Growing at Community Action Center
Everyone deserves the opportunity to eat healthfully. Imagine: the Community Food Bank creating a self-sustaining program to provide healthy, locally grown produce. Imagine: Food Bank patrons becoming more self-sufficient by learning how to create edible landscapes for their own residence, and receiving instruction on home gardening techniques. This coming spring, we are beginning a 3-year pilot program to create these edible landscapes at the Community Action Center properties. Click here for more information.
To empower the people and communities of Whitman
County to be self-sustaining by: Promoting the self-reliance of people with
low to moderate income. Promoting cooperation between local communities
to enhance social and economic resource development.
Who We Are
Since 1988 Community Action Center (CAC) has been a primary source of support for the more than 5,000 people who are living in poverty in Whitman County. As a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization we offer services ranging from emergency and transitional housing, food supplements, and energy assistance to legal referral, rental assistance, weatherization, home rehab and home purchase assistance. Whitman County Community Action Center fights to reduce poverty, build strong independent families, and a better community. CAC is one of more than 900 Community Action Agencies established under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 to fight America's War on Poverty. Community Action Agencies help people to help themselves in achieving self-sufficiency.