COVID-19 Resources and shared practices for FPCs
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Connecting, communicating, and convening This spreadsheet was created and is maintained by the Food Policy Networks project at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future.
We encourage food policy councils and other local/state/regional/tribal food policy advocates to add relevant resources and other shared practices emerging from your organizations into the spreadsheet. While most of the resources are US-specific, we have also included relevant resources from other countries, given the global nature of this pandemic.
*Please do not edit the formatting of the spreadsheet.* If you would like to expand the row/column size or filter by categories, please download a version of the document to your computer to edit.
For questions, please email Raychel Santo at rsanto1@jhu.edu
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FPC newsletters/communications within councils
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Logistics of maintaining FPC momentum virtually (e.g., platforms, operating procedures, etc.)
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Data collection (e.g., surveys councils and other orgs are conducting)
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Policy. Topics covered:
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Policy recommendations for local, state and national food systems related policy
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Resources for monitoring local, state and federal level actions and legislation
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Action alerts (e.g., sign on letters for organizations)
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Supporting communities. Topics covered:
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Emergency food distribution needs and mitigating food waste (e.g., food rescue)
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Volunteers and food safety
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Community gardens
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Food resiliency
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Mutual aid and healing
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Supporting food businesses and workers. Topics covered:
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Local farmers, fisherfolk, and food producers (including online local food marketplace platforms, CSA/local farm directories, home delivery, farm to food banks, best practices for food safety, labor shortages, etc)
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Food system workers (e.g., health and safety practices, "essential workers" classifications, work-trade agreements)
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Small businesses (e.g., restaurants, etc.) (e.g., disaster loans)
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