The Charter: A Vision and Roadmap

The Michigan Good Food Charter is a roadmap for a food system that is rooted in local communities and centered on good food. The charter outlines six goals to advance the vision by 2020.

News

  • Good Food Life: Jeremy Andrews

    Good Food Life: Jeremy Andrews

    Jeremy Andrews, Co-founder and Chief Excitement Officer (CEO), Sprout Urban Farm - Battle Creek, MI

  • Michigan Good Food Fund Launches to Grow Michigan’s Good Food Future

    Michigan Good Food Fund Launches to Grow Michigan’s Good Food Future

    This week marks the launch of the Michigan Good Food Fund—a new public-private partnership loan and grant fund created to address the lack of healthy food access in rural and urban communities by supporting good food entrepreneurs across the state.

  • Farmers Market cooking demonstrations under a new MDARD License

    Farmers Market cooking demonstrations under a new MDARD License

    A new Food Establishment license has been created for farmers markets that wish to host cooking demonstrations and offer samples of the food prepared. It is designed to improve food safety and help markets serve their customers.

  • The Michigan Local Food Council Network

    The Michigan Local Food Council Network

    The Michigan Local Food Council Network brings together food councils in order to build their individual and collective capacities to work on food and food policy issues, operate effectively, and engage their communities.

  • Have you signed the Resolution of Support?

    Have you signed the Resolution of Support?

    Have you or your organization signed the Resolution of Support for the Michigan Good Food Charter? Currently, over 380 organizations throughout the state and more than 480 individuals have signed the Resolution and shown their support for the six goals of the Charter and the promotion of food that is Healthy, Green, Fair, and Affordable.