Posted by: MM | October 16, 2012

Understanding the Role of Organizations in Philadelphia’s Food Systems

Temple University researchers have launched a survey of non-profit organizations and mission-driven small businesses that have any “food” related policies, programs, projects, or initiatives in Philadelphia. The aim of this study is to evaluate the role of organizations/businesses that provide healthy food access, support local food systems, promote food justice, develop social networks, offer education, training, and job, and build community capacity in this city. The survey results are expected to provide valuable information to planners, public health professionals, policy makers, and community activists.

Here is the link to the survey:

Philadelphia based non-profit organizations and mission-driven small businesses are requested to participate in this survey by October 26, 2012.


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