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Why Farm to Institution Sourcing is the Sleeping Giant of Local Food

Author: Leilani Clark
Organization: Civil Eats
Published: 2016

This 2016 article from Civil Eats highlights farm to institution leaders from across the country including FINE and many of its partners

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You, COVID-19, and Your Farm Business

Organization: Growing Farmers
Published: 2020

COVID-19 resources for farmers including business planning, communicating with customers, economic relief, and the CARES act.

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Young Farmers Racial Equity Toolkit

Organization: National Young Farmers Coalition
Published: 2020

Toolkit to advance racial equity among NYFC's primarily white chapters, to "orient and incite members toward preliminary consciousness-raising and direct action."

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​Purdue Food and Agriculture Vulnerability Index

Organization: Purdue University
Published: 2020

The Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University, in collaboration with Microsoft, has created an online dashboard, built on top of Microsoft Azure and Power BI platforms, to quantify the potential risk to the supply of agricultural products as a result of farm and agricultural worker illnesses from COVID19. Vulnerability of the supply of an agricultural commodity to risks such as COVID-19 depend on the number of farmers and agricultural workers affected, the location of affected workers, the crops and animals that are grown in the most impacted regions, and the degree to which production is concentrated in a particular geographic region. By combining data on the number of COVID cases in each U.S. county with the county’s total population, U.S. Department of Agriculture data on the number of farmers and hired farm workers in each county, and data on agricultural production of each county, and estimate of the share of agricultural production at risk can be computed.

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The “DoD Fresh” Program: Understanding and Adapting a System to Respond to the Demand for Locally-Grown Foods in New England

Organization: Kids First, FINE
Published: 2012

This report identifies key challenges and barriers faced in New England to incorporating more locally-grown foods into the U.S. Department of Defense's complex regional distribution system "DoD Fresh".

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