Jersey City Healthy Corner Store Toolkit is a resource intended to assist the Department of Health and Human Services to effectively expand healthy food access through healthy corner store development. The toolkit includes a survey of the food landscape as … Read more
An Approach to Constituent Engagement in Local Food Policy Activism in the District of Columbia details findings from the Community Advocates program which equips DC residents who have lived experience of food insecurity with advocacy training to push for more … Read more
Dead Ends: Assessing Transportation Barriers among the ABAWD Population in Illinois is the culmination of Maria Cristina’s work at the Illinois Hunger Coalition, where she spent her field placement researching the impact of SNAP work requirements on the Able-Bodied Adults Without … Read more
Bulk Buying Club Toolkit: A Guide to Starting a Neighborhood Bulk Buying Club provides tips and resources for groups launching bulk buying clubs in their communities. The toolkit draws from the author’s experiences with the Fiestas Grocery Buying Club, as well … Read more
The Chicago Community Food Security Initiatives Blog profiles city-based initiatives to connect groups working for a more sustainable, equitable, and just food system. The blog also features a series of educational briefs on policies influencing Chicago’s urban agriculture
Food Insecurity Among Children: A Look at Prevalence, Programming, and Initiatives in Baltimore, gathers quantitative food insecurity data and the input of service providers.
Just Out of Reach: Our Unequal Access to Healthy Food documents food accessibility and food justice initiatives in Boston.
Urban Agriculture Youth Program serves as a planning document for the creation of an urban agriculture youth program designed to educate and employ youth residing in the low-income community of the Near North Side in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Quick! Delicious! Healthy Recipes on a Budget! is a recipe booklet with nutritious, inexpensive, and easy to prepare dishes that promotes the benefits of buying locally grown produce and provides information applying for food stamps and accessing free health and … Read more
The Grocery Gap Project: Race, Hunger and Food Access reports examines the relationship between race, poverty, and food access in Seattle. Using the USDA’s Thrifty Food Plan, the study identifies the availability and cost of healthy foods in Seattle’s Rainier … Read more
The Paradox of Abundance: Access to Healthy Food in Corona, Queens evaluates food quality, accessibility, and availability in bodegas and supermarkets in a diverse community in New York City. A 7-minute educational documentary video accompanying the report illustrates the strengths … Read more
Undoing Inequity: Boston’s EBT Farmers’ Market Initiative highlights the achievements of the new program and provides evidence that investing in urban farmers’ markets with EBT terminals is an effective model for improving the availability and affordability of fresh fruits and … Read more
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