About the Arizona Food Systems Network
The Arizona Food Systems Network is a community of local, state and regional food systems advocates, practitioners and leaders who have a vested interest in collaborating to improve the food system for all Arizonans.
The Arizona Food Systems Network is an autonomous, self-organizing and informal community of practice convened by Pinnacle Prevention with support from Vitalyst Health Foundation.
Topic: December 2020 Meeting: Pre 2021 Arizona Legislative Session Update
and Call to Action
Start Time : Dec. 11, 2020
Join the Anti-Hunger and
Food Systems Advocacy Call
Friday, January 29, 2020
Meeting ID: 185 151 028
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BACKGROUND: HOW THE ARIZONA FOOD SYSTEMS NETWORK WENT FROM VISION TO REALITY
It takes a village to make a meaningful difference. Our state is full of individuals and organizations that are passionate about creating healthy, sustainable, and equitable food systems across Arizona. This report features what these organizations are doing, and how a collaborative statewide network will help improve food systems in communities across the state.
Click here or on the image to view and download the report.