Food Policy Networks Announces 2017 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 third annual food policy photo contest.
A depiction of an interesting or clever way to communicate to legislators, decision makers, or the public about food policy change.
1st place: Brian Oh, DC Greens – 2017 Grocery Walk for Food Justice in DC
2nd place: Renato Castelo, Everett Community Growers – Engaging Everett Residents in Planning for Open Space and Recreation
3rd place: Davida Andelman, Dorchester Food Co-op – Dorchester Dancing Veggies!
An image demonstrating a funny or amusing situation in your food policy work.
1st place: Ali Mendelson, Philadelphia Food Policy Advisory Council – Junior Soil Safety Inspector
2nd place: Sarah Galligan, Colorado Food Policy Network | UpRoot Colorado – Flying Cabbage
3rd place: Emily Axelbaum, City Schoolyard Garden – It’s Not Easy Being Collard Greens!
Honorable mention: Jill Egland, Kern Food Policy Council – Free Fruit with Gas Fill-up
An illustration of the moments of joy and appreciation encountered when changing the food system in your community.
1st place: Jennifer Horan, United Way of New York City – The Best Tomato of Her Life!
2nd place: Ali Mendelson, Philadelphia Food Policy Advisory Council – Garden of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection
3rd place: Kendra Gibson, Lake County Community Food Council – Exploration