Wednesday, April 29 at 4:00pm ET, 1:00pm PT.
With COVID-19 disruptions in supply chains, mapping and analyzing food availability and flows can be powerful tools in guiding emergency food response and future food system planning. On this call, we’ll first look at the way communities have used mapping to collect and share information on food access. The second part of the discussion will give a systems overview of how segments of food supply chains interact at different scales, for different products, and for different end-users. This includes the patterns food distribution followed before COVID-19 and what the patterns might be after the pandemic. The call will help us best use food access maps while planning for food system improvements.Â
We will be joined by:
Â· Sara Oberle, RDN, Extension Teacher, UNH Cooperative Extension
Â· Brooke Kelleher, Program Assistant, UNH Cooperative Extension
Â· Michelle Miller, Associate Director of Programs, UW-Madison Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems
This call is Wednesday, April 29 at 4:00pm ET, 1:00pm PT. Register here!