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.

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  • Michigan Good Food Fund for Local Food Entrepreneurs

    Michigan Good Food Fund for Local Food Entrepreneurs

    Learn how the Michigan Good Food Fund is growing good food businesses from farm to fork across the state while promoting healthy food access, entrepreneurship, and racial equity in the food system and beyond.

  • Local Meats Join the Good Food Dialogue in Michigan

    Local Meats Join the Good Food Dialogue in Michigan

    The demand for local meats, poultry, dairy, and eggs in Michigan is growing. In this article, Noel Bielaczyc of the Michigan Meat Network explains how the network is helping producers bring local meat to the table. 

  • Summit Registration Now Open!

    Summit Registration Now Open!

    Registration is now open for the 2016 Michigan Good Food Summit. This one-day event is a unique opportunity for anyone interested in advancing health and economic development through Michigan food systems. The Summit will be held on October 28, 2016 at the Kellogg Center at Michigan State University. Register today!

  • Empowering Youth to Create Change

    Empowering Youth to Create Change

    A unique Traverse City youth program, “The Quest,” uses creative expression to help youth connect to the local food movement and find their voices for change. Come see The Quest performance in person at the Good Food Summit on October 28!

  • Food Rescue Works with Eastern Elementary Students to Reduce Food Waste

    Food Rescue Works with Eastern Elementary Students to Reduce Food Waste

    Feeding America® estimates that in 2014, 14 percent of households in the United States were “food insecure”— they did not have access to a sufficient level of affordable and nutritious food. At the same time, 25 percent to 40 percent of all food grown, processed, and transported within the U.S. is never consumed.