The Chicago Community Food Security Initiatives Blog
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
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Food Systems and Agriculture, Urban Agriculture - Community Members, Urban Communities
Originally fromVermont, Page graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 2010 with a degree in environmental studies. Her past independent projects include researching the implications of chop-and-mulch agriculture on Amazonian household food security and exploring the Green Revolution dialectically. As an education volunteer at Heifer International's Overlook Farm, she facilitated programming on global hunger and poverty to youth and adults. Page has also worked as a youth crew leader at Healthy City Youth Farm in Vermont and developed a healthy-local-snack program for an elementary school in Springfield, Massachusetts.
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