• Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices

Food Systems Assessment for Centralina, NC and SC

Date Published: August 2014



This guide provides information about a process for community engagement for use by municipal and county officials seeking to increase wealth and strengthen community development by building and supporting local and regional food systems. This guide lays out a process for building capacity to take successful action and suggests some areas where actions might be taken first.

Keywords: Connect Our Future; Charlotte, North Carolina

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  • Centralina Council of Governments (Connect Our Future)
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