Presents findings from our research about statewide food networks based on an overarching framework of understanding networks as ecosystems. We will use ten points of comparison with ecological principles to illustrate opportunities, challenges and best practices for networks. We will present research findings that can guide the work of any diverse network of people seeking to address grand challenges. Our poster will also promote an understanding of what food networks are and how they serve as agents of change within the food system.
Harden, N.; Heim, S.; Bain, J..
Networks as Ecosystems Minnesota Food Charter Network.
University of Minnesota Extension.
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