RESOURCES

Regionalism: A New England Recipe for a Resilient Food System

Topics: Food and Agriculture,

This report addresses regionalism, a policy framework which adapts to an area's unique characteristics and needs, and its contributions to food security in New England. It praises the region in general as an effective scale to promote resilience, with New England highlighted as an exemplary case which has undertaken several effective initiatives to strengthen the food system by bringing together government, civil society, and private actors. These programs are deconstructed and examined in greater detail so that they can be of use elsewhere, both nationally and internationally.

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