The Mendocino Food Policy Council drafted a Food Action Plan with input from over 200 stakeholders around the county. It's a road map for the council's activities and includes a comprehensive, integrated series of goals and actions to address the complex task of creating, protecting and enhancing of our local food systems. We invite you to read and discuss the plan, and play an active role towards realizing our community's food system goals. Download just highlights, the whole plan, or one chapter at a time
A Food Policy Council (FPC) includes representatives and stakeholders from across the food system. The term "food system" describes all activities involved in producing, processing, transporting, storing, selling, marketing, and eating food.
The Mendocino County Food Policy Council's mission is to collaborate with farmers, food producers, institutions, businesses,and the public at large to create a sustainable local food system that reduces hunger, increases health and expands economic vitality.
Monday, October 20 from 2:00-3:30PM at 890 N. Bush Street in Ukiah to engage and develop our action path for 2014. All meetings are open to the public and are held at the Mendocino County Dept. of Agriculture (890 N. Bush Street, Ukiah), unless otherwise noted. Meetings are from 2 - 3:30pm and will be held on second Monday of each month, unless otherwise noted. Upcoming dates for 2014 are: October 20, November 17, December 8