Foodways/Eat Here

Promote the traditional, historic, and contemporary foodways of our community, including its cultural, social, and economic development, plus consumer options, and its appreciation.  Consider the choices among our local restaurants and foodservice, grocery, farmers markets, home vegetable and fruit gardens, local honey, etc.  Encourage good eating, nutrition, hospitality, and vitality.  Organize block parties, potlucks, nourishing environments, and events.  Address hunger, access to healthy and diverse foods, etc.

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