Food Policy Councils: Practice and Possibility reports on the role of Food Policy Councils in the Community Food Security movement, which build and support partnerships among anti-hunger, sustainable agriculture, nutrition, and private sector stakeholders to create hunger-free communities.
Community Food Security 101: What’s the Food System Got To Do With It? is an interactive education tool giving participants a “tour” of the global food system and an opportunity to explore the myriad social and environmental implications of this … Read more
Creating a Hunger-Free Worcester County: Hunger and Food Security Profile of Worcester County offers a detailed analysis and summary of hunger and food security in Worcester, including localized profiles of food security in each of four quadrants of the county.
Urban Agriculture in Hartford is a multi-component presentation on the benefits, challenges, and potential of urban agriculture, including specific recommendations for the city of Hartford, that is adaptable to a variety of audiences including policymakers, community members, and organizations.
Developing Leaders in a Community Group is a comprehensive guide to developing community leaders designed to assist community groups, including instructions on how to plan and run various trainings, useful forms, sample workshops on food stamps and citizen advocacy, and … Read more
Resources & Reality: Food Security in Pima County is a complete website exploring the diverse and unique array of food security resources in the Tucson area, including local agriculture, gardening, community resources, faith-based communities, federal and local food programs, food … Read more
Assessment of Food Security in Ward 8 identifies the problems an inadequate food system brings to the residents of this historically underserved area of Washington, D.C. and offering recommendations for improvement.
Advocacy Retooled is an innovative anti-hunger and poverty advocacy toolkit targeted at community level anti-hunger leaders designed to communicate the importance of advocacy work in eradicating hunger and poverty, and to present a hands-on, engaging approach to advocacy.
Five Year Strategic Plan to Stamp out Hunger is a report for Florida’s Food Security Team, a coalition of state agencies that administer USDA nutrition programs and their community based partners, outlining the coalition’s progress in 2003 and providing recommendations … Read more
Advocating for Change is a step by step guide for food banks on how to form anti-hunger advocacy committees in their communities. It contains detailed information about what is needed to successfully form an advocacy committee, useful tools to facilitate … Read more
Linking Anti-Hunger Organizations to Free Tax Preparation outlines various outreach efforts made by the Center for Economic Progress to connect clients of emergency food providers in Illinois to the Earned Income Tax Credit through the Tax Counseling Project’s free tax … Read more
Bridging the Technological Divide: A Guide to Accepting Food Stamps at Farmer’s Markets details the process of making food stamp acceptance a reality at outdoor farmer’s markets, and includes information about Food and Nutrition Field Offices, systems for accepting food … Read more