Routt County - Local Food Economy Survey
As support for local food continues to grow, new issues arise that communities must consider, including, but not limited to, how to best support the development of the local food economy while still addressing issues related to public health, the environment, fairness, and long-term sustainability. In order to help our communities address these issues in a more productive manner, Extension Agents working with Colorado State University are in the process of developing a process to engage our community in this issue. Eventually, we hope to run a number of public forums to help interested parties discuss this issue and work through its inherent challenges, but to support that process we have first developed a survey to get a better sense of the potential issues involved with this subject.  
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With what groups do you most connect?
Describe the geographical area that you consider "local" when discussing local food.
What do you see as the key benefits to building the local food economy?
What do you see as the key concerns that could arise as our local food economy grows?
What obstacles do you feel are currently limiting the local food economy?
What actions, either by government, organizations, or individuals do you suggest?
Who are the key stakeholders and organizations you feel would need to be involved in this issue?
What are some of the key questions we need to be asking at this point?
A key issue with building the local food economy is finding the right balance between providing support and flexibility, while also protecting public health and the local environment. What thoughts do you have on these challenges?
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