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Food Policy Networks Announces 2016 Photo Contest Winners

The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF) Food Policy Networks (FPN) project is pleased to announce the winners of our second annual food policy photo contest.

Advocacy

Participation in the political and cultural life of a community, state or region to bring about change in food, agriculture and health policies

1st Place: Lillie Rosen/Dominique Hazzard, DC Greens - Produce Plus Advocacy 2016

2nd Place: Matt Kelly, Freelance Photographer - Rally for the Right to Know

3rd Place: Julia Harper, Good Food Council of Lewiston-Auburn - LA Community Food Charter Launch 3.23.16

Collaboration

Fostering shared efforts toward food policy change through common interests, connections, partnerships, and cooperation. 

1st Place: Brooke Kohler, Lehigh Valley Food Policy Council - Helping Hands at the Rodale Institute

2nd Place: Dora Walmsley/Amanda Dezulovich, Pittsburgh Food Policy Council - Another Day on the (Urban) Farm

3rd Place: Lisa Uganski/Margaret McKinney, Ottawa County Food Policy Council - Fresh, Healthy, Local Food Donations

Equity

Creating equal opportunity and fair access for all to define the problem and shape the policy solution for a more inclusive and stronger food system

1st Place: Marcus Hill, Forsyth Community Food Consortium - Equity

2nd Place: Suraya Arslan, Community Agroecology Network - Empowering Young People and Their Families

3rd Place: Kathleen Baumgardner/April Whicker, Northern Colorado Food Cluster - Food Equity: Real Food for Real People

Honorable Mention: Denise Urycki, The gitm Foundation/Kim Keenan, Regional Fresh Food Council - Fresh Foods for Families in Need