2014 Charter Summary

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October 1, 2014 Author: ,

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The potential in Michigan for a thriving economy, sustainable resource use and equity for all is greater now than ever before. Across our state, citizens and organizations are coming together to provide and promote “good food” – food that is healthy, green, fair and affordable. By basing our food system on these values, we can improve the health, prosperity and equity of Michigan people.

WHAT IS THE MICHIGAN GOOD FOOD CHARTER?

The Michigan Good Food Charter is a vision and roadmap to advance Michigan’s food and agricultural contributions to the economy, protect our natural resource base, improve our residents’ health and enable generations of Michigan youth to thrive. The charter outlines six goals to make our vision real by 2020.

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Michigan Good Food Charter


Authors

Judith Barry

Judith Barry
517-432-0308
barryjud@msu.edu

Kathryn Colasanti

Kathryn Colasanti
517-353-0642
colokat@msu.edu


For more information visit:

Center for Regional Food Systems

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