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Field Reports

Making Stone Soup: Community-Driven Efforts to End Hunger in Utah

Larisa Bowman, Emerson Fellow

Cecilia Cárdenas-Navia, Emerson Fellow
Published 2006

Salt Lake City, Utah

Making Stone Soup: Community-Driven Efforts to End Hunger in Utah is an educational booklet that highlights community food security models, specifically local wellness policies and assessments, as complements to emergency food and federal food nutrition programs.  This compilation of pictures, articles, and data illustrates creative partnerships and grassroots initiatives that are helping to reduce instances of food insecurity and hunger among low-income Utahns.

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Publication tags: Field Reports - Advocacy and Education, Advocacy and Education Tools/Toolkits, Community Food Security, Food Systems and Agriculture, Health, Nutrition and Hunger, Wellness - Community Members, Emergency Food Recipients, Rural Communities, SNAP/Food Stamp Recipients

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Larisa Bowman

Emerson Fellow

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