Planning Skills & Expertise Valued by Food Policy Councils (FPCs): A Case Study Analysis of Four American FPCs working with Urban & Regional Planners.

DiLisio, Christina.


  • Abstract: As communities have grown increasingly concerned about food deserts, child obesity rates, globally<–>-<–>produced food, and the loss of prime agricultural land <—>--<—> to name a few, food policy councils (FPCs) are increasingly being formed as a way to solve these and many other food system problems. FPCs have traditionally worked with a range of public and private sector partners, ... read more
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