Charter and Executive Summary

The Michigan Good Food Charter is a framework that lawmakers, growers, producers, consumers, and other members of our food system can use to help improve the economy, equity and sustainability of Michigan’s food and agriculture system. Through 6 goals and 25 agenda priorities, the charter provides a roadmap to advance the food system’s contribution to the economy while protecting our state’s natural resource base, improving residents’ health, and helping generations of Michigan youth to grow and thrive.

Charter

2010 Executive Summary

2014 Charter Summary