Local Foods Site Map
This site has been developed by N.C. Cooperative Extension to provide local food systems resources and timely information to our clientele across North Carolina. More background on the overall site, suggestions for how to make your way through the site, and a response to the question, ‘What are local food systems” can be found here.
The organizational structure for this site is delineated below, fundamentally through a supply chain structure as well as other key topic areas typically discussed by those interested and engaged in local food systems. You may also use the search tool on this page to find topics of interest to you.
- Local Food Production
- Distribution & Aggregation
- Markets & Purchasing
- Preparation & Consumption
- Resource & Waste Recovery
- Local Food Access & Food Security
- Local Government, Planning, & Agriculture Policy
- Food Justice
- Local Food & Economic Development
- Partnerships & Collaboration
- Definition of Key Terms – coming soon from eXtension
- Values in Community Food Systems – coming soon from eXtension
- Community Food Assessment
- Evaluation & Program Planning
- Other General Tools and Resources for Service Providers
The organizational framework for this N.C. Cooperative Extension Local Food site has been a collaborative effort, adapted from the structure defined by the National Leadership Team for the eXtension Community of Practice (CoP) for Community, Local, and Regional Food Systems. Follow this eXtension CoP on Facebook here.