January 24-25, 2020Shaping State Policy Through Local Mobilization, Little Rock, ARMark Winne and Karen Bassarab led a session about the state of state food systems legislation at the Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group annual conference. January 24, 2019Connecting community and building capacity in the Southeast, Little Rock, ARKaren Bassarab and Mark Winne co-hosted an interactive conversation with Jared Cates (Community Food Strategies) about what is needed for communities in the Southeast to increase their capacity to address community food security, sustainability, and equity. November 14, 2019Food Policy and Food Policy Councils, Alexandria, LAKaren Bassarab and Elisa Muñoz-Miller (New Orleans Food Policy Advisory Committee) led a workshop for the Louisiana Food Fellows on the role of food policy councils in food systems policy change and the process of determining appropriate policy solutions to food systems problems. The FPN team has compiled a roster of consultants with experience working on community food assessments, strategic planning processes, organizational development, policy evaluation, meeting facilitation plus a range of other areas.

Overview; Fingerprint; Network; Research Output (15) Similar Profiles (4) If you made any changes in Pure these will be visible here soon. December 5, 2019Placing North Carolina in the National Context: Lessons Learned from Food Councils Across the US, Rocky Mount, NCRaychel Santo led a workshop at the North Carolina Food Council Gathering on of how food policy councils are advancing a variety of policy initiatives and elevating equity and community leadership in the policy process. The Food Mapping Team was thrilled to welcome Anne Palmer and Amanda Behrens to OSU last week.

Funded by the Urban-Driven Innovations for Sustainable Food Systems project, participants from cities across the US met in person to learn about the model, hear about other resident engagement projects, and discuss how to adapt this model. These topic labels come from the works of this person. FPCs and COVID-19The FPN project is supporting food policy councils in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic by hosting roundtable discussions and webinars that feature food policy councils talking about the strategies that they are trying and the policies that they are recommending to address COVID-19. Sarah O. Rodman, Anne M. Palmer, Drew A. Zachary, Laura C. Hopkins, and Pamela J. Surkan are affiliated with the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future and the Departments of Health, Policy & Management, Health, Behavior & Society and International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, including faculty and former and current graduate students. Anne’s presentation was on “The Power of Collaborating for Food System Change: Food Councils Trends, Opportunities and Achievements.” September 18, 2018 Open & Local Gathering, Montana August 28-29, 2019Building Equity Through Strength Workshop, Alexandria, LAMark Winne and Karen Bassarab co-hosted a workshop with Andy Fisher (Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance) and New Entry Sustainable Farming Project on how to grow support for food systems change through collaboration and federal funding. March 29, 2019Food policy work at the state level: examples from the U.S., Dover, DEAnne Palmer and Karen Bassarab led a presentation during the Delaware Farm & Food Planning and Networking Seminar on current legislative initiatives led by food policy councils to increase access and affordability of healthy food through initiatives aimed at consumers and incentive programs for producers. Anne Palmer was the keynote speaker at a community dinner hosted by Greater Nashua Food Council to celebrate the local food system in Nashua, NH. She received her PhD in Epidemiology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Cancer Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins. Anne M Palmer. These topic labels come from the works of this person. Together they form a unique fingerprint. January 21, 2020Resident Food Equity Advisors as a Civic Engagement Strategy Workshop, Baltimore, MDAnne Palmer and Karen Bassarab partnered with Holly Freishtat and Alice Huang (Baltimore City Food Policy Initiative) to host a workshop exploring the creation and evolution of the Resident Food Equity Advisors model for the creation of resident-informed policy. Dive into details by clicking on the dots. Sign up to be the first to receive updates about the Forum here. Fingerprint Dive into the research topics where Anne M Palmer is active. Please contact apalmer6@jhu.edu for more information. Dive into the research topics where Anne M Palmer is active. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article, Powered by Pure, Scopus & Elsevier Fingerprint Engine™ © 2020 Elsevier B.V, "We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content. The session highlighted examples of state legislation that support local food systems efforts and efforts to mobilize local coalitions to engage in state policy issues. Around 50% are women and 22% are from U.S. minority groups. The panel discussed the role of food councils as partnership models to help reduce food insecurity. The Food Mapping Team was thrilled to welcome Anne Palmer and Amanda Behrens to OSU last week.

The FPN team provides training and technical assistance to FPCs and groups of FPCs that wish to collaborate on local, state, regional, and tribal food policy. The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future Community Food Security in the United States: A Survey of the Scientific Literature Volume II Wei-ting Chen, Megan L. Clayton, and Anne Palmer Spring 2015. Research Focus.