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In October of 2013, a survey was administered and made available to all Food Policy Coalition members via FPC's newsletter listserve. The survey aimed to measure perceptions and opinions about FPC...
The Produce Perks Market Report provides a full scope of the program from May 2012 (2012 program launch) to May 2013. Several markets continue to participate in the program throughout the winter...
Topics: Cuyahoga County, Economic Development, Farm Stands, Farmers' Markets, Food Access, Food Assistance Programs, Food Retail, Healthy Eating, Public HealthRead more Jun 7, 2013 Download PDF (2.02 MB)
An updated report by the Cuyahoga County Board of Health on the efforts of the South Euclid Lyndhurst School Districts growing farm to school program.
Topics: Cuyahoga County, Local Purchasing, School NutritionRead more Nov 28, 2012 Download PDF (2.02 MB)
Wholesome Wave reported results of their 2012 Produce Perks Consumer Impact Survey. The consumer survey was administered at 7 of the participating markets from August-October 2012. The actual...
Topics: Cuyahoga County, Farmers' Markets, Food Access, Food Assistance Programs, Food SecurityRead more Oct 30, 2012 Download PDF (433.88 KB)
Two page summary of the 2012 EBT Incentive, Produce Perks.
Topics: Cuyahoga County, Farmers' Markets, Food Access, Food Assistance Programs, Food Security, Public HealthRead more Oct 30, 2012 Download PDF (570.43 KB)
“Mow Goats” is a pilot project sponsored by the Stockyard, Clark-Fulton and Brooklyn Centre Community Development Office to identify a new environmentally sustainable and community-building...
Topics: Land Banks, Land Use & Planning, Small Livestock, Sustainable Agriculture, Urban Agriculture, Vacant Land, Zoning
Working Groups: Land Use & PlanningRead more Jul 29, 2012 Download PDF (741.22 KB)
Ohio EPA: Urban Agriculture, Composting and Zoning: A zoning code model for promoting composting and organic waste diversion
Type: Guide / How-To, Report
“Urban Agriculture, Composting and Zoning: A zoning code model for promoting composting and organic waste diversion through sustainable urban agriculture” is a...
Topics: Community Gardens, Composting, Food Production, Land Use & Planning, Policy, Public Health, Urban Agriculture, ZoningRead more Jun 14, 2012 Download PDF (2.75 MB)
Cuyahoga County Assessment: Access to Supermarkets is a summary of findings released by the County Planning Commission in December 2011...
Topics: Assessments, City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Economic Development, Food Access, Food Retail, Food Security, Healthy Eating, Land Use & Planning, Public Health, Transportation
Working Groups: Community Food AssessmentRead more May 31, 2012 Download PDF (360.78 KB)
Clusters of local foods businesses are forming across Ohio, as residents innovate ways to provide healthier food options, and bring farmers into more direct contact with consumers. These business...
Topics: Assessments, Economic Development, Food Distribution, Food Processing, Food Production, Food Retail, Food Security, Food System Infrastructure, Northeast Ohio, Sustainable Agriculture
Working Groups: Community Food AssessmentRead more May 31, 2012 Download PDF (1.68 MB)
Scaling-up Connections between Regional Ohio Specialty Crop Producers and Local Markets: Distribution as the Missing Link
Many local food systems advocates focus on increasing the number of farmers selling their products directly to consumers, but this type of direct marketing is only one strategy for increasing the...
Topics: Assessments, Cooperatives, Cuyahoga County, Economic Development, Food Distribution, Food System Infrastructure, Institutional Purchasing, Local Purchasing, Northeast Ohio, Rural-urban Interface, Sustainable AgricultureRead more May 31, 2012 Download PDF (2.12 MB)