North Carolina is the 10th hungriest state in the nation. Nearly 1 in 5 children in NC faces hunger on a regular basis. Wake County’s Capital Area Food Network brings together nonprofit organizations, for-profit businesses, and local government to ensure that all residents have adequate access to healthy food.
Designing Better Local Food Systems (Wake County)
The Challenge – What is the problem communities are facing?
The Solution – What is the innovative solution we want to highlight?
The Players – Who did what to make the innovative solution work in the community?
The Promise – Why do we think this solution holds promise for other communities?
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