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Melanie Wong | Dec 31, 202110:36 AM    

"...California is uniquely positioned to address the linked conditions of racial, food, and climate injustices, and their intergenerational impacts. As a global leader in food production, California can also lead in dismantling systemic racism, eradicating hunger, promoting regenerative agriculture, and renewable energy.

As the California Food Policy Council (CAFPC), we are a collaborative of local food policy groups co-creating a more just and inclusive food system. This eighth Annual Report provides snapshots of our members’ efforts in 2020. As we look back and journey ahead, we must ask critical questions, have courageous conversations, and take action to remove barriers and facilitate change..."

CAFPC 2020 Food Policy Report.pdf

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