The Michigan Food Hub Network: A Case Study in Building Effective Networks for Food System Change

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December 1, 2014 - Author: , Abigail Harper, Marty Gerencer, Mark Lelle, Chad Gerencer

Making food hubs more viable creates more opportunities for developing effective and efficient ways to supply healthy food to low-income communities. The Michigan Food Hub Network is a learning community that helps Michigan food hubs to meet their business goals by working with public and private partners.

This publication provides an overview of the Michigan Food Hub Network’s creation, implementation, short-term outcomes, and lessons learned in the first 30 months of operation.

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Tags: center for regional food systems, michigan food hub network


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Rich Pirog

Rich Pirog
rspirog@msu.edu

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