Michigan Good Food Infrastructure Map

November 25, 2019 - Author: Noel Bielaczyc, Vanessa García Polanco, Rachel Kelly, Liz Gensler, Megan Masson-Minock

The Good Food Infrastructure Map is a visual tool that contains information on Michigan’s food system including local food councils and food policy councils, food business incubators, food hubs, and Michigan State University Extension staff who are currently working with local food and food policy councils.

This interactive map was created by MSU RS & GIS using data from the directory of Michigan Local Food Councils. The map is intended to help users connect with businesses, organizations, and resources across the state.

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Please note that this map does not include every council, association, or business engaged in this type of work in Michigan. If you know of an organization that should be added, please contact us for inclusion in the next update.

For questions, please contact Liz Gensler at gensler@msu.edu or Rachel Kelly at kellyra2@msu.edu.

This map was produced by the Michigan State University Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Science (MSU RS & GIS). Funding for this project comes from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

Tags: beginning farmer, center for regional food systems, cultivate michigan, food business incubators, food council, food hubs, food system infrastructure, infrastructure map, local food councils, map, michigan farm to institution network, michigan food hub network, michigan local food council network, msu extension

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