Addressing Food Deserts in Green County


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Food and nutrition insecurity impact people across the world, including populations in both
urban and rural areas of the United States. Food insecurity and its dimensions – access,
availability, utilization and stability – often impact low-income, minority, or geographically
isolated populations. Yet the issue remains invisible due to the distance many people have from
this insecurity. Working with the Food and Nutrition sub-committee of the Green County
Healthy Communities Coalition (GCHCC), we have developed the following proposal to address
food and nutrition insecurity in Green County, Wisconsin, and outline the strategies, actions, and
evaluations necessary to successfully implement a mobile market to reduce the issue of
insecurity in the region.

Read the final student report delivered to the local gov/community partner.

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Gavin Luter
Managing Director

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Barbara Duerst
Population Health Sciences

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