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Food Access Self Assessment

The Food Access Cross Cutting Team’s Food Justice Committee has created this tool for individuals, communities, businesses and organizations to explore how their activities support improving food access. There are many approaches to addressing the problems of hunger and food insecurity, including hunger awareness, hunger relief, food justice, right to food, and food sovereignty. We believe these are complementary; a variety of approaches are necessary and we are not trying to imply that every organization should try to ‘do it all’. At the same time, we believe that organizations focusing on a single approach are likely to increase their effectiveness by considering additional approaches, or partnering with organizations that use other approaches. This tool is meant to serve as a way for individuals, communities, businesses and organizations in Vermont to: • Celebrate, support and appreciate the work that is being done to offer equal access to nutritious, culturally appropriate food for all. • Appreciate the variety of roles necessary to create and sustain a healthy, equitable food system. • Explore different ways to promote food access throughout the food system and explore new ways of intervening in the system. • Understand the breadth of approaches into improving food access in Vermont’s food system. • Identify areas…

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Abenaki Land Link Project

The Abenaki Land Link Project is a partnership between the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk - Abenaki Nation, Vermont Farm to Plate Network’s Rooted in Vermont project and NOFA-VT to provide indigenous seeds to gardeners, homesteaders, and farmers around Vermont who are dedicating land to grow and harvest food for Abenaki citizens. For more information about the project contact Shane Rogers, Farm to Plate Communications Manager, at shane@vsjf.org or Livy Bulger, Education and Engagement Manager at NOFA-VT, livy@nofavt.org.

Abenaki Land Link Project Abenaki Land Link 2021 Interest Form

Are you a gardener, homesteader, or farmer interested in being part of the Abenaki Land Link Project for 2021? Fill out the Abenaki Land Link Project 2021 Interest Form and the partners will be in contact with you before the next season kicks off.

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Abenaki Land Link Project Support the Abenaki Land Link Project

Support the Abenaki Land Link Project by donating to the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk - Abenaki Nation by following this link, scrolling down to the "Donate" button and making a note about the project in their donation.

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Abenaki Land Link Project Abenaki Land Link Information Sheet - 2020

Information about the Abenaki Land Link Project and the principles guiding the work.

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