Welcome to the Farmers Market Coalition Resource Library, an ever-growing database of resources for farmers, market managers and researchers. These resources were developed by a wide spectrum of organizations, agencies, and academic institutions, and we are grateful for the spirit of sharing which allows us to bring a variety of tools to your table in one searchable portal. We hope you find them useful and consider submitting resources of your own for the benefit of the farmers market community.
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Are you looking to expand SNAP incentives to your CSA program? Check out this Q&A session and learn how the experts applied SNAP incentives in their CSA program making their food more accessible.
The presenters shared their experiences and challenges faced when including SNAP incentives in their CSA program. In this Q&A session, they discussed how one can create or expand their own CSA program in their location.
This webinar was a collaboration between Farmers Market Coalition and FairShare CSA Coalition in partnership with the Nutrition Incentive Hub.
- Carrie Sedlak, FairShare CSA Coalition
- Liv Froelich, FairShare CSA Coalition
This research centered on the question: How does white supremacy culture play out in the food insecurity and food access space in the United States? To become anti-racist, food system actors must understand how white supremacy culture narratives function to center whiteness across the food system, effectively reinforcing systemic racial inequality and by extension disadvantaging BIPOC people. We discuss how whiteness holds white ideals as universal, how whiteness fuels power in decision-making, and how whiteness defines foods as either good or bad.