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Access

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
9:30-11:00 AM

First Floor Conference Room
United Way Building
50 South French Broad Avenue, Asheville
Representatives: Nicole Hinebaugh & Brandee Boggs

 

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