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Food Systems Coalition (Non-Profit) Organizational Structure

  • Subject: [cg] Food Systems Coalition (Non-Profit) Organizational Structure
  • From: RandomRose@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 09:51:17 EDT

Good Morning All,

The community of Grand Rapids Michigan has taken the initiative to develop a Food Systems Coalition.  The organization is still in its formative stages and was wondering if anyone has had experience structuring a multi-disciplinary / professional organization of this sort before.  Are there any models that could be suggested as a guide (No need for us to reinvent the wheel here)?  Your help is much appreciated!

Kind Regards,
Lisa M. Rose
Grand Rapids' Food Systems Council

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