Give our new reality of online meeting, we are offering a series of facilitation trainings specific for virtual meetings. Starting Thursday, March 26th from 12:30 – 2:00pm, we’ll host these sessions via Zoom.
Developing Partnerships through Data “After teaching people about healthy eating, you can’t send them back into a food desert,” says Alyssa Mouton, Community Health Education Gaston County Department of Health & Human Services. “The benefit of the food council, she says, is that it helps “look at things on a systems level.” Contents How […]
Now post-poned! The TFC Collaborative is hosting a Kick-Off Meeting to build a regional effort to impact food systems change through a larger network of relationships and strategic alignment.
This document helps food councils connect with local governance boards to help identify shared goals and champions for food council priorities.
Over the past several years, the Orange County Food Council (OCFC) has been a pioneer in the North Carolina local food council network, most notably through the council’s successful establishment a full-time food council coordinator, jointly funded between Orange County and the towns of Carrboro, Hillsborough, and Chapel Hill.
Food councils are community-based coalitions, created to help build a more just and sustainable food system.