Northeast Food Security Project
USDA-funded Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) project, Enhancing Food Security in the Northeast with Regional Food Systems.
This effort will study whether greater reliance on regionally produced foods could improve food access and affordability for disadvantaged communities, while also benefiting farmers and others in the food supply chain.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the project brings together researchers, educators, entrepreneurs, and community leaders from a twelve-state region in the Northeast to shed new light on how the food system can better serve all Americans.
College of Ag Sciences Food Security News
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