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Lessons from the Institutional Investment Accelerator

Lessons from the Institutional Investment Accelerator

For the past 18 months, the FSLN supported a cohort of 6 teams across the country working to attract and grow investment from local institutions into equitable food systems in their communities. Over the course of this Institutional Investment Accelerator program, the teams worked closely with an advisor, technical consultants,
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Advocacy to Build an Equitable and Sustainable Food System

Policy and Advocacy for Food Systems Change: Advocacy to Build an Equitable and Sustainable Food System

Advocacy to Build an Equitable and Sustainable Food System is being delivered by Leah Eden and Gabrielle Blavatsky with Equity Advocates and will introduce you to the power of and need for advocacy, including why nonprofit staff, community leaders and food systems practitioners can and should be at the policy
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Policy and Advocacy for Food Systems Change: A Conversation with Seasoned Leaders

Policy and Advocacy for Food Systems Change: A Conversation with Seasoned Leaders

Food policy experts Kate Fitzgerald of Fitzgerald-Canepa, LLC, Paula Daniels of the Center for Good Food Purchasing, Savi Horne of North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers, Land Loss Prevention Project, and Lorette Picianno of Rural Action join in a panel conversation moderated by the Wallace Center’s Susan Schempf to share
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Value Chain Coordination within Government

Value Chain Coordination within Government

Panelists: Kendal Chavez - Food and hunger coordinator for New Mexico Governor’s Office Ruby Ferguson - Food Equity Policy Lead - Greater Chicago Food Depository Ashton Potter Wright - Executive Director of the Food Connection at University of Kentucky, previously Local Food & Ag Development Director, Office of the Mayor
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Food Banking 101

Food Banking 101

The gap between local food systems work and anti-hunger is closing, bolstered by programs like the Local Food Purchase Assistance Program. However, these two systems operate with different constraints, metrics, and mental models. The Food Systems Leadership Network is here to help you navigate! Our friends and food bank experts
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Food Hub Networks for Value Chain Coordinators

Food Hub Networks for Value Chain Coordinators

Food hubs are practicing their networking skills in order to diversify their product offerings and make the most of their hard infrastructure. Hear from three FSLN members as they describe how two food hub networks came to be, what the pitfalls are, and how important shared values are to their
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Farm to Food Assistance (F2FA) Community of Practice - November 2022

Farm to Food Assistance (F2FA) Community of Practice – November 2022

In this panel discussion we hear from leaders working with BIPOC farmers and fishers who share how they establish mutually supportive relationships with BIPOC farmers, offering the group best practices, and lessons learned from their experience. Panelist: Buck Jones - Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish CommissionJake Stanton - Southside Community Land
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Peer Coaching Workshop

Peer Coaching Workshop

Peer coaching is unique model for group problem solving that provides participants with new ways of understanding and addressing a specific challenge.   Through the specific “peer coaching process,” folks are encouraged to listen, reflect, and ask good questions that dig deeper to the root of a challenge. Peer coaching is
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Value Chain Coordination: Just BIPOC Sourcing Practices

Value Chain Coordination: Just BIPOC Sourcing Practices

On this Value Chain Coordination Community of Practice Call to learn more about the Just BIPOC Sourcing initiative, which is a framework that can help distributors and purchasers create inclusive foodservice pilots. We hear from Heather “H” Frambach, who led the development of the framework and an active sourcing pilot
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Collective Wayfinding Stories from Growing a Justice Oriented Organization from the Start

Collective Wayfinding: Stories from Growing a Justice Oriented Organization from the Start

Founded in 2019, the Syracuse-Onondaga Food Systems Alliance (SOFSA) is somewhat unique in building a racial equity and orientation into our organizational fabric from the outset. Through this session, SOFSA’s network shares stories and reflections from their efforts – both successful and less so – alongside a “menu” of tangible,
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Collective Wayfinding: Reimagining a More Just Organization

Collective Wayfinding: Reimagining a More Just Organization

Nearly three years ago, the San Diego Food System Alliance initiated a journey to center racial justice in their work and organizational leadership. In this webinar, the Alliance shares their story, including their detailed process, lessons learned, and tools that they have developed. Slides, toolkit, and other resources are linked
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August 22 Value Chain Coordination Community of Practice Call

Value Chain Coordination- An Introduction

Do you struggle to capture and share the full impact of your value chain coordination work? Is evaluation continually on your list of things to set time aside for, get help on, or avoid altogether? Help is here!  Over the last year, Wallace Center has been developing a framework to help
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