Good Food means food that is:

Healthy - It provides nourishment and enables people to thrive

Green - It was produced in a manner that is environmentally sustainable

Fair - No one along the production line was exploited for its creation

Affordable - All people have access to it

2014 Summit


The 2014 Michigan Good Food Summit will provide an opportunity to network, hear success stories and work with others to advance a food system based on good food - food that is healthy, green, fair and affordable.

Details on the agenda and registration information will be available in the spring of 2014.

Who Should Attend?

People who grow, produce, process, distribute, market, prepare or eat food.

People connected to the food industry, public health, economic development, planning, school food, environmental protection, the media, agriscience education, or state and local governance.

People who want to support good food in Michigan.

2012 Summit

The 2012 Michigan Good Food Summit agenda included:

  • A report on where we've come since 2010,
  • Success stories from across the state,
  • Your choice of one of seven action-oriented breakout sessions and
  • Sharing of tools and resources throughout the day.

To download the 2012 agenda, click HERE.

The highlighted links below will open the notes from each of the strategy sessions at the 2012 summit.

  1. Session 1: Local Purchasing Campaign
  2. Session 2: Farmer Capacity
  3. Session 3: Food Hubs
  4. Session 4: Double Up Food Bucks
  1. Session 5: Youth Resources
  2. Session 6: Retail Initiatives
  3. Session 7: Food Processing Infrastructure