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9/8/14
The attached report - "Rhode Island Land-Linking Program: Background Research and Policy Analysis", is the first study completed under a partnership between the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic and the RIFPC. The ongoing project involves Harvard Law students assisting the Council to research and better understand key policy issues affecting Rhode Island's food system. This first report assesses
9/7/14
Congratulations to the 17 awardees of the 2014 LASA Grants. The LASA Advisory Committee received over 90 applications in this first funding year, for a total of $1.4 million in requested funds (there was $210,000 available). The RIFPC looks forward to tracking the progress of each of these 17 LASA awardees over the next few months to see how these projects grow. 2014 LASA Grants Program Awardees
9/6/14
Our May Food Matters Community Conversation was co-hosted by our 2 Council members Melina Packer and Brian Goldberg. Melina and Brian deftly facilitated an 8-person panel conversation and room discussion around our May topic: How To Grow A Local Food System: RI-Based Food Businesses Share Their Stories. The room was packed (standing room only!) and the food, provided by RISD Dining Services, was
9/4/14
Audra Anderson of Newmarket believes in the “knock and visit” approach to community-building. She and her husband, Karl, had lived in Heron Point Estates, a manufactured-home park in Newmarket, for 17 years. Last August, they and their fellow residents formed a cooperative and, with a loan from the Community Loan Fund, bought their community. Audra Anderson at ROC-NH's 2014 Community Leadership
9/4/14
Food Solutions New England (FSNE) is thrilled to announced the release of A New England Food Vision , a collaborative report and bold vision outlining how New England can locally produce at least of 50 percent of clean, fair, just and accessible food for all citizens by 2060. Incorporating more than three years of collaborative research and input from hundreds of voices throughout New England, A

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Featured image of UMass Amherst Dining courtesy of the Kendall Foundation.