Awards and Honors
- Ambassador for Health in All Policies, Institute for Healthy Air, Water, and Soil (2017)
- Living Justly Award, Kentucky Council of Churches (2017)
- Community Award, Jeffersonville/Clark County N.A.A.C.P. (2017)
- Winner, Favorite Food/Farming Organization, Edible Louisville (2016)
- Innovation in Health, IdeaFestival, (2016)
- Semifinalist; Opal Apple Youth Make a Difference grant (2015)
- Winner; Pyramid Award of Excellence in the Art of Inclusion, presented by the Center for Nonprofit Excellence and Fifth Third Bank (2014)
- Runner Up; Slow Money BEETCOIN campaign, an international entrepreneur competition and showcase focusing on food, investing, and culture. New Roots won a $20,000 0% loan to help Barbour Farms increase their produce capacity. (2014)
- Winner; Yum! IGNITES Louisville Challenge (2014)
- Executive Director Karyn Moskowitz awarded Community Foundation Alden Fellowship to study leading food justice organizations in South Korea (2014)
From left to right:
- Assistant Director Amber Burns presents at Harvard's Just Food? Conference, an event exploring "the intersections between social, economic, and environmental justice and the food system."
- New Roots leaders greet the visiting Duke and Duchess of Cornwall at a summit about food and sustainability
- New Roots Assistant Director Amber Burns, Shawnee Fresh Stop Market founder Bani Hines-Hudson, and Chef Courtney Glasker accept the $20,000 BEETCOIN loan from Slow Money founder Woody Tasch.
- Executive Director Karyn Moskowitz accepts the Pyramid Award of Excellence in the Art of Inclusion from Adam Hall of Fifth Third Bank