Resources

This database contains categorized farm to institution resources relevant to New England, including COVID-19. Selection is guided by FINE's resource filter. Have one that we should include? Email us.

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2021 | The Maryland Food & Abolition Project
A six-part report uncovering the experience of eating in Maryland's prisons from an abolitionist lens.
2016 | Riley Neugebauer | FINE
If you are interested in learning more about how you can engage your staff in using local foods, check out this list of ideas generated by the participants at our Local Foods for Small Campuses event at Unity Campus in June 2016:
2016 | Nessa Richman | Vermont Farm to Plate
This article outlines 20 tips for getting more local food into institutions and is segmented by audience, including: food distributors, government agencies and elected officials, funders, nonprofits, and institutions.
2014 | USDA
The 2012 USDA Census of Agriculture report offers a comprehensive summary of agricultural activity for the United States and for each state. It Includes number of farms by size and type, inventory and values for crops and livestock, producer characteristics, and much more, including data on instituional markets. Here you will find reports, raw data, special studies, methodology, and more.
2015 | USDA
View the 2015 USDA Farm to School Census survey tool. The Census prioritizes procurement data related to local sourcing, with documentation of additional farm to school activities (e.g., the prevalence of school gardens, promotional activities, and curriculum integration, etc.) as a secondary objective.
2016 | USDA
View all of the self-reported data from respondents of the 2015 USDA Farm to School Census. Results can be viewed at the state/national level or by SFA