1. Applications for Everett’s first Food Policy Council are now closed.
2. Find out more about Food Policy Councils and Food Justice! Visit the Johns Hopkins University Food Policy Networks, the Massachusetts Food System Collaborative MA Food Policy Councils Network, and RaceForward’s Building the Case for Racial Equity in the Food System.
3. Any questions? Email FPCEverett@gmail.com for more information!
See below for information on the Everett Community Food Assessment + Plan, which led to the formation of the Everett Food Policy Council!
Here is the City of Everett’s first-ever Community Food Assessment & Plan!
- This infographic summarizes the Community Food Assessment and food plan:
Everett Food Plan Infographic (English)
- Esta infografía resume la evaluación comunitaria de alimentos y el plan de alimentos:
Everett Infografía Sobre El Plan Comunitario de Alimentos (Español)
To view the PhotoVoice booklet on its own, please click here.
A key recommendation for implementing the Community Food Plan is to create a Food Policy Council in Everett that reflects the diversity of Everett, made up of residents and community members committed to food justice and racial equity. The Food Policy Council will prioritize the action steps included in the Food Plan and establish a timeline for implementation. Stay tuned for more news about the Food Policy Council and how you can get involved!
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Who was leading the project?
- Everett Community Growers is a program of the Everett Community Health Partnership (ECHP), working to improve health outcomes and increase civic engagement among Everett residents through urban agriculture and other food justice initiatives.
- The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is the regional planning agency serving the people who live and work in the 101 cities and towns of Metropolitan Boston.
- The City of Everett was a partner and client for the Everett Community Food Assessment & Plan. The Department of Planning & Development and the Office of Health and Wellness served as municipal contacts.
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