GFC Briefs

Research, Education and Policy & PracticeGrowing Food Connections offers five series of Briefs that translate research, both original and previously published, in a way that is useful for planning and policy audiences.

 

  1. Exploring Stories of Innovation
  2. Exploring Stories of Opportunity
  3. Planning and Policy Briefs
  4. Translating Research for Policy

 

Briefs

  1. Whittaker, Jennifer and Samina Raja. 2016. “Bridging Divides: Opportunities for Connecting Farmers and Underserved Consumers in Chautauqua County, New York.” In Exploring Stories of Opportunity, edited by Samina Raja. 2. Growing Food Connections Project.
  2. Dillemuth, Ann and Kimberley Hodgson. 2016. “Food Aggregation, Processing, and Distribution The Local Government’s Role in Supporting Food System Infrastructure for Fruits and Vegetables.” In Planning and Policy Briefs, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja. Growing Food Connections Project.
  3. Dillemuth, Ann. 2016. “Leading the Way A Legacy of Food Systems Planning and Policy Work in Multnomah County, Oregon.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja. Growing Food Connections Project.
  4. Raj, Subhashni and Samina Raja. 2016. “Growing a Local Food Economy for a Healthy Wyandotte.” In Exploring Stories of Opportunity, edited by Samina Raja, 1. Growing Food Connections Project.
  5. Dillemuth, Ann, and Kimberley Hodgson. 2016. “Incentivizing the Sale of Healthy and Local Food.” In Planning and Policy Briefs, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 8. Growing Food Connections Project.
  6. Hodgson, Kimberley, and Zsuzsi Fodor. 2016. “Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: A Mayor’s Office and Health Department Lead the Way in Municipal Food Policymaking.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 3. Growing Food Connections Project.
  7. Hodgson, Kimberley, and Kara Martin. 2016. “Building from the Inside Out in Region 5, Minnesota: A Rural Region’s Effort to Build a Resilient Food System.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 4. Growing Food Connections Project.
  8. Hodgson, Kimberley, and Kelley Mosher. 2016. “Private-Public Partnerships: Cornerstone of Food Systems Planning and Policy in Rural Marquette County, Michigan.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 3. Growing Food Connections Project.
  9. Dillemuth, Ann, and Kimberley Hodgson. 2015. “Local, Healthy Food Procurement Policies.” In Planning and Policy Briefs, 5. Growing Food Connections Project.
  10. Fodor, Zsuzsi, and Kimberley Hodgson. 2015a. “Cleveland, Ohio: A Local Government’s Transition from an Urban Agriculture Focus to a ComprehensiveFood Systems Policy Approach.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 3. Growing Food Connections Project.
  11. Fodor, Zsuzsi, and Kimberley Hodgson. 2015b. “Healthy Food System in the Heartland: Intergovernmental Cooperation in the City of Lawrence and Douglas County, Kansas Advances Food Policy.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 3. Growing Food Connections Project.
  12. Hodgson, Kimberley. 2015. “Advancing Local Food Policy in a Changing Political Climate: Cabarrus County, NC.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 3. Growing Food Connections Project.
  13. Hodgson, Kimberley, and Zsuzsi Fodor. 2015. “Mayoral Leadership Sparks Lasting Food Systems Policy Change in Minneapolis, Minnesota.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 3. Growing Food Connections Project.
  14. Hodgson, Kimberley, Zsuzsi Fodor, and Maryam Khojasteh. 2015. “Multi-level Governmental Support Paves the Way for Local Food in Chittenden County, Vermont.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 5. Growing Food Connections Project.
  15. Whittaker, Jennifer, and Samina Raja. June 2015. “How Food Policy Emerges: Research Suggests Community-Led Practice Shapes Policy.” In Translating Research for Policy Series, edited by Samina Raja and Jeanne Leccese. Growing Food Connections Project.
  16. Whitton, Elizabeth, and Kimberley Hodgson. 2015a. “Championing Food Systems Policy Change: City of Seattle, WA.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 2. Growing Food Connections Project.
  17. Whitton, Elizabeth, and Kimberley Hodgson. 2015b. “Lessons from an Agricultural Preservation Leader: Lancaster County, PA.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 2. Growing Food Connections Project.
  18. Whitton, Elizabeth, Jeanne Leccese, and Kimberley Hodgson. 2015. “A Food in All Policies Approach in a Post-Industrial City: Baltimore City, MD.” In Exploring Stories of Innovation, edited by Kimberley Hodgson and Samina Raja, 3. Growing Food Connections Project.