Connecting with organizations and groups that align with the Soil2Service mission, we are able to provide a greater platform for meeting our goals of improving the human condition through all things positive with a focus on food.
Please take a moment to explore our partners and support where you are able.
The Genomic Kitchen
The Genomic Kitchen optimizes gene behavior in response to the food you eat.
Combining nutrigenomics (how food impacts our genes) and the culinary arts, The Genomic Kitchen (TGK) is innovating how to nourish body and soul for long-term health, celebrating in equal parts the joy of food and the power of key ingredients on a genetic level. Developed alongside global leaders in genomic research, TGK works with or without genetic testing.
Flexible to your needs, our easy to follow framework helps you choose, prepare and understand the ingredients that will help you achieve your health goals – whether you want to manage your weight, have more energy, age gracefully or simply live your healthiest life.
Greenhorn Training Solutions
Connecting business with talent
Greenhorn Training Solutions is a workforce innovation and training provider company that works collaboratively with employers to design and establish talent recruitment, development and placement programs that meet their labor needs. We specialize in:
Recruitment and Screening
Developing Customized, Federally-Funded Training Programs for:
- Work Readiness
- Job-Specific Skill Development / Certification
- Job Placement Support
Make Food Not Waste
We’re Make Food Not Waste–a community of people who know that food is better eaten than wasted. It’s better for your budget, better for our community, and better for our planet.
Wasted food is the food that can otherwise be eaten but is thrown away. In the U.S., we waste 40% of the food we grow and most of that happens at home.
That waste costs money — estimates are that families of four can save anywhere from $1600 – $2200 a year by not throwing as much food away. And it costs our environment because food that rots in landfills turns into a greenhouse gas that makes the earth hotter.