Focused primarily on economic access and proximity issues. Identifies needs and priorities around emergency food assistance, retail availability and outreach, community food production, and economic development priorities.
Strategic Priorities Addressed: Identify neighborhood and city/county policies needed to allow community markets, sales at community centers, churches, and schools (and propose changes to policy group); Increase accessibility to affordable food and engage farm community in access issues.
The Access Cluster meets monthly:
2nd Tuesday each month
First Floor Conference Room
United Way Building
50 South French Broad Avenue, Asheville
Representatives: Nicole Hinebaugh & Brandee Boggs