Mississippi Food Policy Council Stakeholder Survey

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Please help the MS Food Policy Council better serve our state!

Mississippi Food Policy Council

The Mississippi Food Policy Council (MFPC) is reviewing its history and organizational structure, monitoring the food system in Mississippi, identifying a variety of key stakeholders and resources, and analyzing a collection of information to better inform its short- and long-range plans. As part of this planning period, the Board of Directors of the MFPC is defining its focus and direction to advance its mission. We would appreciate your willingness to assist us with this process. With planning for the future of MFPC in mind, the Board of Directors is seeking your input via the following survey.

Completing the survey should only take about 10-15 minutes of your time. All responses are anonymous and will be kept private and confidential. No individual responses will be shared in any report, presentation, or publication.

SURVEY LINK: https://usmuw.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_7POOxid0TVn4RLL

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About veggiedr

Christine is an Associate Research and Extension Professor of Urban Horticulture at the Mississippi State University Coastal Research and Extension Center in Biloxi, MS. She works as the resident scientist at the Beaumont Horticultural Unit in Perry County, MS. Her research interests include urban agriculture, backyard farming, container gardening, high tunnel production, local foods, horticultural therapy, green roofs, and small farm issues. Christine is passionate about feeding people and growing farmers.

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