Redefining Community Supported Agriculture:
Atlanta is on the cusp of becoming a national leader in urban agriculture. Urban agriculture will be a gamechanger for Atlanta, but will require active civic engagement in agriculture. This platform reflects innovative ideas and needs expressed by urban farmers and stakeholders to increase the amount of land under cultivation in Atlanta and increase access to fresh, local food and truly strive toward authentic community supported agriculture.
In 2012, ALFI conducted a Metro Atlanta Food System Inventory to assess the status of the local food system and document efforts made toward the 8 goals described in the ALFI Plan. The Inventory is a baseline assessment of the state of the food system in Metro Atlanta, which is important for recognizing strengths, identifying gaps, and measuring future progress in our local food system.
2nd ALFI Summit - November 8, 2012
Setting Atlanta's Table - updates coming soon!
1st AFLI Summit - May 1, 2009
Atlanta Local Food Forward Recap
Keynote Address (Julie Stuart's Visible Ideas)
ALFI's 8 Goals (Julie Stuart's Visible Ideas)
Harvest of Ideas (Julie Stuart's Visible Ideas)
Working Group Break Out Sessions - Flip Chart Notes
4. Launch Farm-to-School programs (gardens, cafeteria food, and curriculum).
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