On March 31, 2004 The UPS Foundation and the Congressional Hunger Center hosted a National Hunger Forum at The Keck Center of the National Academies in Washington, D.C. Content area experts researched and wrote white papers for review and discussion … Read more
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
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
Small Talks for Big Change: Conversations around Getting and Growing Good Food is a compilation of community discussions. It includes community members’ perceptions, words, and ideas about local food and food security. The report, and the relationship-building involved in its … Read more
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, … Read more
Putting the Pieces Together: A Component Design for a Community Food Security Center New Orleans Model is a concept paper outlining potential components for a food security center in New Orleans, including nutrition education, legal aid, and a research endowment.
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