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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.


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


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


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