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Alaska Food Policy Council

Joined in August 2014

About Us

The Alaska Food Policy Council works to strengthen Alaska’s food systems to spur local economic development, increase food security, and improve nutrition and health. The Council serves as a resource for information on local and state food systems, and works to identify and propose policy and environmental changes that can improve the production, processing, distribution, health, security and safety of our food.

We are open to anyone interested in improving Alaska’s food systems. Today, over 175 agencies and individuals representing federal and state agencies, tribal entities, schools, university programs, farmers, fisheries, and food systems businesses are members of the AFPC. The role of the AFPC is to collaborate on mutually beneficial solutions to food systems problems. AFPC’s intent is to provide recommendations and information regarding comprehensive policies that improve Alaska’s food systems.

The Alaska Food Policy Council works to strengthen Alaska’s food systems to spur local economic development, increase food security, and improve nutrition and health. The Council serves as a resource for information on local and state food…

Issue Areas Include

  • Agriculture
  • Economic Development
  • Education
  • Health & Medicine
  • Poverty

Location

  • 3601 C St, Anchorage, AK 99503, United States
    Suite 250

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