Survey: The NH Road Map to Local Foods Access for All
The NH Association of Conservation Districts is conducting a survey as part of The New Hampshire Road Map to Local Foods Access for All project. The project is funded by a grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The purpose of this project is to assess local food production and consumer demand within New Hampshire. Farmers, food providers (social service agencies and food pantries), and individuals are being surveyed throughout the state to help gauge the need, desire, and barriers associated with local food access for low-income families.
Your feedback will help us to understand possible concerns and potential benefits for improved local food access. You will have the chance to win a $50 gift certificate to either a tractor supply store (for farmers) or a farmer’s market (food providers) of your choice.
There is also a third survey targeting low-income individuals that receive federal nutrition assistance. This survey is being distributed to social service agencies and food pantries to be administered at those locations. If you would like to help administer those surveys, please email Erin for more information.
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