Community Food Assessment

A community food assessment is about bringing together people and organizations to look at a broad range of food-related resources and concerns in order to give direction to actions that will improve food security in the community.

Many communities across the country have done community food assessments. The La Ronge Community Food Assessment is an initiative of Food Secure Saskatchewan, part of an interprovincial project with Food Matters Manitoba called Our Food, Our Health, Our Culture.  The La Ronge Food Assets Resource List accompanies the assessment and provides a list of local food resources.

If you are interested in doing a community food assessment in your community, you may find these resources useful:

Community Food Assessment Guide

Companion Tool for the Community Food Assessment Guide

Samples of Community Food Assessments from other provinces:

Hopedale, Labrador

North End, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Hesquiaht First Nation, British Columbia

Downtown Eastside, Vancouver, British Columbia

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