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Is a community based, designed, and led non-profit, working for food security and equitable just, and sustainable food system in Albany County, Wyoming. All services from our Laramie headquarters continue to expand as guided by ongoing community needs.


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A community that cares and shares.

Feeding Laramie Valley (FLV) is committed to working toward creating a sustainable and equitable food system, and promoting food security throughout the Rocky Mountain Region—especially here in Albany County in Southeast Wyoming, the community we call home.

Since our founding in 2009, we work to fulfill our mission through increased food production, access, distribution, and educational efforts that encourage community-led food sovereignty. Feeding Laramie Valley grows our own fruits and vegetables, mentors and supports backyard gardeners, develops and helps with management of community gardens, and is deeply committed to partnerships with independent farmers. We share high-quality produce with individuals and families who need it, at no charge to them, with a special focus on elders, children and people living with disabilities and chronic illness. Every summer, we offer Kids Out to Lunch, a free summer lunch and activities program for all children up to the age of 18.

We can't do it alone.

Feeding Laramie Valley is an award-winning organization that has been deeply involved in community-led food systems projects across Wyoming, the Rocky Mountain Region and the entire United States, contributing to work that celebrates diversity and promotes collaboration, including partnering in several community-based action research projects with community leaders, the University of Wyoming and Cornell University.

How we share in and with our community.

Feeding Laramie Valley programs are dedicated to the mission and philosophy of sharing the best of what we have in order to create collaborative, community-led food systems that are sustainable, equitable and just.

Join the local food movement.

There are numerous ways you can get involved with Feeding Laramie Valley. Help to grow produce in the FLV gardens; spend a morning cooking with the summer lunch team; make a monetary donation; fill weekly produce bags in the summer and winter; plan a community event; represent FLV at Laramie's farmers markets; or contribute to FLV social media sites and write for our blog. 

Learn more about food across the nation.

Feeding Laramie Valley is invested in supporting rural and urban sustainable agriculture practices, fully accessible food resources, and social equality. We know that others are too, so we have compiled some resources with pages linked to great opportunities and information. 

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Explore all the different ways Feeding Laramie Valley SHARES the best it has to offer with the community and ways community can SHARE the best it has with one another.

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Learn how Feeding Laramie Valley GROWS to increase food production, access, distribution, and educational efforts that encourage community-led food sovereignty.


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Feeding Laramie Valley INVITES you to celebrate diversity and promote collaboration through our many events, projects, programs, and research initiatives.




Feeding Laramie Valley, a program of Action Resources International, is now working around the clock to access resources that will enable us to increase food-provision capacity for our Food Shares Program during this time of public health crisis.

Donations of all sizes to support our mission of sustainable local food security are needed now more than ever. Consider these financial support options that will help us share fresh produce to those who need it in our community.

A Shares bag provides enough fresh food for about 3 days of the USDA recommendation for 1 person. Each Shares bag has enough for every individual in the household.

$5 • 1 shares bag for 1 person

$10 • 1 shares bag for a couple

$20 • 1 shares bag for a family of 4

$50 • 10 weeks of shares bags for 1 person

$100 • 10 weeks of shares bags for a couple

$200 • 10 weeks of shares bags for a family of 4



We are also developing new programs for the community to get involved in our food sharing efforts. See other ways you can help here.


If you have or anticipate having immediate food security needs, please see our FLV Shares Program

Click the "Donate" button for secure payments on PayPal or with a credit/debit card; 

or send a check to Feeding Laramie Valley, P.O. Box 536, Laramie WY 82073.

Whatever your reason for donating and however you choose to share the best of what you have, we're grateful for your support. Any amount will also be helping us continue our broad sweep of services, such as children's meals, food hubs, garden and victory garden development and support, and so much more. 



Team Members


Past AmeriCorps Members


Active Volunteers
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Feeding Laramie Valley is a proud host to an array of AmeriCorps positions (AmeriCorps, AmeriCorps VISTA, and AmeriCorps NCCC) throughout the year and seasonally.


In addition to AmeriCorps, we offers paid and college-credit internships, and welcome volunteers all year round for a variety of tasks, projects and events. Join the team today!




For any inquiries, questions, or recommendations, please call 307.223.4399 or email us at

If you are seeking a particular person or program, please see our Feeding Laramie Valley Directory for more information.

Main Office

Feeding Laramie Valley

Building at LaBonte Park

968 N. 9th St.

Laramie, WY 82072


Mailing Address

P.O. Box 536

Laramie, WY 82073

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