Over 1040 people signed up for the 2016 Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge from all over the country! We were thrilled to work with the Interaction Institute for Social Change to create a set of daily prompts and a resource list. You can continue the conversation #FSNEEquityChallenge. We have already heard that some people enjoyed the daily prompt structure and others participated in groups from Old West Church in Boston, to many schools, including the University of New Hampshire, to FoodCorps, to Boston ASF, to WhyHunger, to municipal governments, food banks, and extension groups, and the Green Village Initiative in Bridgeport, which will be featured at the Summit. Please share your feeback through a short survey!
In March, we were very excited to launch an interactive new website exploring A New England Food Vision. Since the release of this collaborative report in 2014, individuals, organizations, and communities across New England have been inspired by its bold vision: a future in which food nourishes a social, economic, and environmental landscape that supports a high quality of life for everyone, including generations to come. This website offers a new and engaging way to explore the Vision and provides ideas for ways that you can get more involved in realizing the Vision. Please share with your networks and let us know what you think!
The Food Solutions New England Network Team
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