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.
Muskegon Food Hub Operation Study: Growing the Regional Food System and Increasing Healthy Food Acce
A new study looking at ways to grow Muskegon and the west Michigan lakeshore regional food system has offered recommendations for a food hub with identified core functions; aggregation, distribution, processing, marketing, and retail selling, to help support the growing demand for more healthy foods in the community.
An informational article on the Michigan Right to Farm act, GAAMPs and a recent Michigan Urban Livestock report to help frame the urban livestock discussion.
Published on June 12, 2015, the Farm to Early Childhood Programs: Step-by-Step Guide from CRFS provides tools and resources to help early childhood program providers of all types and sizes purchase and use local foods in their meals and snacks.
Janelle Mair, Director of Grantmaking, Community Foundation for Muskegon County - Muskegon, MI
Jeremy Andrews, Co-founder and Chief Excitement Officer (CEO), Sprout Urban Farm - Battle Creek, MI