The Food Security Priority Strategy Team (FSPST) is tasked with implementing Priority Strategy 24:
"Develop a Vermont food security plan, centered around a thriving food system and inspired by community-based responses to food insecurity and disruptive events." 

The Vermont Food Security Plan will be delivered to the Legislature and the Vermont Department of Health in early 2024. A brief timeline overview for writing the Plan this year can be viewed here. 

In 2023 the Vermont Food Security Plan Priority Strategy Team (FSPST) will begin regular meetings and tasks outside of meetings. There are many opportunities and ways to add your skills and knowledge in the FSPST this year. 


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Resources Created by This Group

The authors and contributors who created the Vermont Food Security Roadmap to 2035.
This report details the community outreach process that largely informed the goals and strategies included in the Food Security in Vermont: Roadmap to 2035.
Our Shared Goal: In 2035, all Vermonters will be food secure. The Vermont Food Security Roadmap to 2035 guides our way to that future. Vermont has the tools, knowledge, and...
Citations for the Vermont Food Security: Roadmap to 2035
As part of the development of a Food Security Action Plan in Vermont, Maple Mountain Consulting was contracted to conduct a study of transportation-related barriers to accessing healthy and local...
As part of the development of a Vermont Food Security Plan (Priority Strategy 24), Maple Mountain Consulting was contracted to conduct research on transportation-related barriers to accessing healthy and local...
UVM has been collecting and releasing results surveys of Vermonters related to COVID-19 and food access and security.
FoodFinder is a safe, secure and award-winning mobile and web app that gives food insecure children and their families a way to find free food assistance programs quickly.
This toolkit focuses on improving food access through municipal and regional plans. It includes information on the planning process, explores the way that food access relates to other topics that are already being addressed through local planning, provides suggested strategies to include, and presents successful examples from around the state.
During the Spring 2016 semester, a team of four Middlebury College students are researching and collecting data specifically related to developing a replicable Regional Food Rescue Assessment Tool. This tool...