Scanning for Solutions: National Survey Asks Communities Nationwide to Share Food Projects

Scanning for Solutions: National Survey Asks Communities Nationwide to Share Food Projects

The Wallace Center at Winrock International, Changing Tastes, and Common Market are seeking participation in the national movement toward a more sustainable and just food system. Through a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the organizations are conducting a national web-based survey to identify comprehensive and sustainable projects and programs that address issues within our food system.

The goal of the national survery is to collect and organize the most innovative and realistic community projects in food throughout the nation and present a report for public distribution in the spring of 2015. The projects that the organizations seek to include encompass, but are not limited to, community-based, supply chain innovation, local policy, projects building community resilience, local capacity, local economies, sustainable wealth and more.

Participate in the national survey here. Responses are due October 29, 2014. 

If you have any further questions regarding the survey, feel free to contact foodscan@winrock.org for more information.