This photo-rich, 21-page booklet features eight innovative community-based food projects drawn from around the nation's most populous state. Also included are:
- Articles by leading organizations working on critical public issues such as hunger, obesity, the grocery gap, and the diminishing numbers of independent farms.
- A resource guide of key organizations working in the diverse arenas that comprise community food security.
Weaving the Food Web is a valuable tool for educating your community members, public officials, and the media about community food security. It offers many points of entry to this growing field of work. As such, we invite your assistance in getting copies of the booklet into the hands of those would benefit from it.
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Title: Weaving the Food Web: Community Food Security in California
Publication date 2002-01-01
Publication Year 2002
Community Food Security Coalition
, California Community Food Security Network
, freshman year
, chicago school
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