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Resilience Playbook Project Team

This guide outlines the different sectors within a local or regional food system and provides insights into the types of impacts and adaptations observed within those sectors during times of disruption. It also highlights innovations and adaptations taken that….

National Farm to School Network

Beginning with an idea by Danielle Chynoweth, supervisor for the Cunningham Township Supervisors Office (CTSO), and her team, Solidarity Gardens CU is a coalition of community partnerships and volunteers, that has demonstrated that the soil found in the Midwest….
Choctaw Fresh Produce (CFP) is a native-led, organic farming project centrally located in Mississippi’s Neshoba County. Since 2012, CFP has challenged food inaccessibility and strengthened food sovereignty for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians…..
This service delivery approach was utilized for a year until the first lockdown of the COVID- 19 pandemic forced its closure. Like the adaptation phase that allowed HHFP to grow from a church program to something more widely scaled,….
Local, community-based organizations are often the first to respond to natural disasters like wildfires, as they have a deep understanding of the needs of their communities and the people who live there. When nature disasters such as wildfires impact….
This directory of sector and stakeholder specific local and regional food system networks was created as part of the Local and Regional Food Systems Response to COVIS-19 Resilience Playbook. We recognize that each sub-sector of LRFS has its own….
Below is an outline of the playbook’s approach to and understanding of resilience as a concept, emphasizing the process of achieving and maintaining resilience of any system (food system, educational system, ecosystem, etc.). Understanding resilience as a dynamic, relational,….
The COVID-19 pandemic, and associated public health mandates, caused unprecedented shifts and disruptions for local and regional food systems (LRFS). Impacts on market channels, driven by significant shifts in consumer behavior, were some of the most visible impacts. For….
The COVID-19 pandemic created disrupted supply chains in many industries. Since 2020, it is not uncommon to visit a grocery store and see a lack of meat products. Though many factors contribute to these shortages, processing capacity in large….
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We invite you to the Consumer Food Insights Series 3.0 Webinar, co-hosted by USDA AMS and Colorado State University. In this webinar, the project team will present new findings from their third nationwide survey of food purchasing and consumer behavior since the COVID-19 pandemic. These findings may help guide Local and Regional Food Systems (LRFS) business, policy makers, and community organizations.

Date: Thursday, April 25, 2024

Time: 10 AM Mountain Time (12 PM Eastern Time)

Register in Advance Here: