Food solutions forum 

We all have to eat. But there is much more to that burger, lobster, bowl of cereal, gallon of milk, or head of lettuce than meets the eye. What we eat, how we eat, how much we eat, and even where we eat has major social, economic, ecological, and health impacts. Climate change, minimum wage, immigration, water rights, land use, indigenous peoples’ sovereignty, chemical production, small business viability, community infrastructure and even more are all wrapped up in the food that ends up on our plates.

 

Whether you are an eater or you catch, grow, raise, process, deliver, and/or serve the food we eat, food is your business. 

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11% of the US workforce is

employed in agriculture and food*.

 

Agriculture, food, and related industries contributed $1.053 trillion to the US economy in 2017*.

WHO WE ARE

Partners working for a better food system.

DETAILS & RECORDING

Learn more about the forum, and what we discussed. Watch the full recording of the forum here, too!

VIDEOS & RESOURCES

Read our economic study, watch our videos, and see partner resources!

SHARE YOUR STORY

What is your vision for our food system?