Growing equitable food economies in a post-COVID-19 world


farmer waters plant by hand

The COVID-19 pandemic revealed critical food disparities in our communities. More than 54 million people in the United States may experience hunger in 2020, with low-income communities and communities of color especially at risk. The recovery will not be easy, but we must strive for something more than business as usual. Our communities and local institutions must be designed according to new standards of resilience. Implementing solutions will require a cultural shift in what we value, how we live, and how we relate to each other.

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