What is a Food Asset Map? Food Assets are places where people can grow, prepare, sell, share, buy, receive, enjoy, or learn about food. Community Food Asset Mapping engages the community in charting assets in their food system in the form of a map.
The Corridor Food Asset Map focused on the communities of Linn and Johnson County. However, local voices are needed. Do you like to grow, cook, or eat food? BUT do you also feel like you lack access to land, kitchen space, or food itself? We want to hear from you.
How can you get involved? Contact us if you or someone you know might be interested in:
- being interviewed and sharing your experiences
- taking a survey
- participating in virtual group “mapping meetings” with other community members
Help us design a fairer community around food.