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October 22, 2015 6:37 PMCategory: Nutrition

What Does Policy Change Look Like?

We know that policy, systems, and environmental (PSE) work will create comprehensive, holistic change in our communities. But, sometimes it’s difficult to see the impact of PSEs right away.

The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) launched an annual food policy photo contest to show us what great PSE work looks like.  The CLF’s Food Policy Networks (FPN) project announced winners of the contest this month in three categories:

1. Food policy in action:

1_Buckingham

2. A step of the food “policy” process:

1_Horovitz

3. Open category:

1_Fike

Click to see all the winning photos.

If you have PSE photos you would like to share, don’t hesitate to pass them along!  And, don’t forget to check out photos from Plan4Health coalitions in Nashua, New Hampshire, Chatham County, Georgia — and more!

Images

Top: 1st place in the food policy in action category: Bonnie Buckingham, Community Food & Agriculture Coalition (Missoula, Montana)

Middle: 1st place in the food “policy” process category: in Michelle Horovitz, Appetite For Change – partner of Homegrown Minneapolis Food Council

Bottom: 1st place in the open category: Adrionna Fike, Mandela Foods Cooperative (Oakland, California)