Resources

Stark County Community Forum Input 2014
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Stark County Network Analysis 2014
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Stark County Organizational Overviews
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Stark County Food and Agriculture Analysis
Download food and agriculture analysis.pdf (711.13 KB PDF)
Stark County Food Desert Analysis
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Stark County Food Security Overview
Download food security overview.pdf (122.93 KB PDF)
Participant Visions for Stark County Forum
Download participant feedback 7.9.14.pdf (130.94 KB PDF)

As a part the registration for the Forum on the Future of Food Security in Stark County, held July 9, 2014 at Walsh University, participants were asked what one thing could happen in the next generation to support a more healthy and food secure Stark County. This document contains their responses.

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Future of Food Security in Stark County- Forum Framing Presentation
Download forum presentation 7.10.14.pdf (2.69 MB PDF)

Presentation by Brad Masi for farming the Forum on the Future of Food Security in Stark County, held at Walsh University on July 9, 2014. The presentation develops a framework for addressing hunger, food access, and local food systems development and looks at the Cleveland Crops urban farming and food processing enterprise as a model.

Stark County Food and Hunger Network Mapping
Download Stark Network Mapping 7.9.14.pdf (4.32 MB PDF)

Presentation by June Holley that covers  mapping for hunger, supporting, and local food networks in Stark County, presented at July 9, 2014 Forum on the Future of Food Security in Stark County at Walsh University.

Community Investment in Local Food Systems
Download oeffa presentation 2.18.12.pdf (16.87 MB PDF)

Presentation about food localization efforts at Oberlin in conjunction with the Oberlin Project, a community-wide effort to transition to a post-fossil-fuel economy. Presented at the annual conference for the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) in March of 2012.