Table of Contents
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Why Keep a Community Food System Report Card?
What is a Food System?
What is Food Sovereignty?
How Do We Measure Food Sovereignty?
How This Report Card is Organized
Measures of Income, Poverty, and Homelessness
Measures of Consumption and Nutrition
Measures of Food Accessibility
Measures of Emergency Food Programs and Usage
Measures of Participatory Initiatives Engaging People in their own Food Security
Forest and Freshwater Foods
Measures of our region’s knowledge of forest and freshwater foods
Measures of protecting and conserving forest and freshwater foods ecosystems
Measures of a diverse and sustainable forest and freshwater foods economy
Measures of access to local food
Measure of distribution infrastructure
Measures of local food processing
Measures of employment
Measures of farm input infrastructure
Measures of food waste diversion
Measures of local food purchasing
Farm operator characteristics
School Food Environments
Measures of improving school food cultures and access to food
Measures of urban agriculture
Measures of urban agriculture education
Percentage of children age 12-17 who are overweight or obese in the Thunder Bay District health region (2015)
2013 – 2014
See year-over-year data for
% overweight 12-17
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