Weaving the Food Web is a story of California’s food system. It traces the efforts of communities across the state to help people put fresh, healthy food on their tables every day. It describes the kinds of relationships among individuals, families, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies that can make life’s most basic necessity accessible at the neighborhood level. And it highlights ways that we, as a state, must align resources, policies, and collective effort to ensure that everybody has the opportunities afforded by food security.
Weaving the Food Web: Community Food Security in California
Portand, OR: Community Food Security Coalition
January 01, 2002
Reports and Guides
Farmers Markets, Local / Regional Food Systems, Planning for Agriculture and Food Systems