Read up on lessons learned and guides to cut through the red tape for local food policy change. Search reports or listen in to a webinar or podcast to get your gears turning.
Cutting Through the Red Tape: A Resource Guide for Local Food Policy Practitioners & Organizers. Beth Sanders and Annie Shattuck, Food First Policy Brief no. 19, December 2011.
Democracy in Action: Food Policy Councils. Food First Backgrounder, October 2009.
Doing Food Policy Councils Right: A guide to development and action. Michael Burgan and Mark Winne, November 2012.
Food Policy Councils: Lessons Learned. Alethea Harper, Alison Alkon, Annie Shattuck, Eric Holt-Gimenez and Frances Lambrick. Food First Development Report, December 2009.
Good Laws, Good Food: Putting Local Food Policy to Work for Our Communities. The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic with Mark Winne, July 2012.
Good Laws, Good Food: Putting State Food Policy to Work for Our Communities. The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic with Mark Winne, November 2012.
Model Healthy Food System Resolution. National Policy & Legal Analysis Network to Prevent Childhood Obesity (NPLAN), ChangeLab Solutions, 2013.
Policies From The Field: Mark Winne discusses Food Policy Council
Mark Winne, renowned author and food policy consultant, discusses his Policies from the Field paper with Sustain Ontario.
Tagan Engel, Chair of the New Haven Food Policy Council, Discusses Food Insecurity In New Haven
via Sudbury Food Policy Council