Following our blog provides a great way of staying up to date on all past, present, and upcoming events at the Wyoming Food for Thought Project. You will be the first to know if there are any job openings or committee positions, what the Item of the Month is, as well as updates on future programs and more!

You can also sign up to receive the Food for Thought Monthly Newsletter, which will provide you with upcoming volunteer opportunities, updates on our current and new programs and much more right to your mailbox. To sign up for this newsletter, fill out the form at the bottom of our website.

Good Food Hub Update

Hey All! Things are moving forward (but rather slowly) with the Good Food Hub (GFH). Not only have we scheduled testing for asbestos and other potential toxins, which will hopefully (fingers crossed!) come back negative, but we just had a contractors walk-through and are hoping to receive a few RFP's to review for the building's main contractor, architect and engineer. Once we have made those decisions, we will move forward on finalizing the project budget and renovation costs, start a capital campaign to get funds and work towards getting the shared kitchen inspected and ready for use! We are also working on a Good Food Hub website, and hope to have that built and published soon. Be sure to

Pre-order Your Easter Meal NOW

If you're already starting to stress about Easter, then boy do we have a surprise for you! Wyoming Food for Thought Project has partnered with a wide variety of local, Casper vendors and bakers to create a Easter Holiday Bundle! For just $100, this bundle is complete with local produce and foods made with love from the market vendors you love most! We offer a Basic Bundle and various add-on's you can choose from to cater to your families wants and needs! It would comfortably feed 4-6 people. The great thing about this bundle is that we know each and every farmer and producer that contributed to this bundle, and you can get to know them too! This is as local as you can get, folks, and you can

February Item of the Month

Wyoming Food for Thought Project provides a year-round weekend food bag program to food insecure children throughout Natrona County. This includes the average two-day weekends, as well as extended holiday breaks such as Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring break. During the 2017-2018 school year, we were feeding 700 children throughout Natrona County each and every weekend, totaling 236,388 meals! That is why we are promoting a monthly suggested food item to collect, to help with acquiring more bulk amounts of essential items we need. We do, however, accept and greatly appreciate any and all donations that come through the door, and can assure you that your donation will be used locally. This

Pre-Bid Meeting

Dear Bidders, The Wyoming Food for Thought Project would like to invite you for the Pre-Bid meeting and Site Visit to transform the property at 420 W. 1st Street into the Good Food Hub. The Project will be holding the walkthrough on February 12th, 2019 at 10:00 am. Wyoming Food for Thought Project recently purchased the old Powder River Veterans Club at 420 W. 1st St. with the intention of turning it into what we're calling the Good Food Hub, a business incubator and community space for Casper residents and small business owners. The Good Food Hub will house a shared commercial kitchen space and finishing area, a public market and marketplace, an event space, greenhouse and more. The intenti

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Search By Tags

Wyoming Food for Thought Project
900 Saint John St.
Casper, WY 82601


(c)​2020 Wyoming Food for Thought Project. All rights reserved.

  • Facebook App Icon
  • Twitter App Icon
  • Google+ App Icon