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  • Subject: [cg] Please post-New Resource Tool
  • From: Tori Kjer tori@foodsecurity.org
  • Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2003 09:02:47 +0800

A new publication from the Community Food Security Coalition

What's Cooking in Your Food System?  A Guide to Community Food Assessment

Learn about Community Food Assessments, a creative way to highlight
food-related resources and needs, promote collaborations and community
participation, and create lasting change.

What's Cooking in Your Food System? includes:
… Case studies of nine Community Food Assessments
… Overview of potential benefits and outcomes of an assessment
… Tips for planning and organizing an assessment
… Guidance on research methods and strategies
… Ways to translate a Community Food Assessment into action for change
… Methods for promoting community participation

Who should read this Guide?
… Anyone interested in learning about an innovative tool to understand and
influence food issues in their community
… Anyone who is planning an assessment or considering conducting one

Guide authors:
Kami Pothukuchi, Wayne State University (Detroit
Hugh Joseph, Agriculture, Food & Environment Program, Friedman School of
Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University
Andy Fisher, CFS Coalition
Hannah Burton, Tufts University
The Guide was edited by Kai Siedenburg and Kami Pothukuchi.

To preview or order a Guide go to the CFSC¹s website at www.foodsecurity.org
or contact 
Tori Kjer @ tori@foodsecurity.org

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