Neighborhood Food Project

The Neighborhood Food Project is a grassroots effort to address food security issues in four neighborhoods in Saint Paul: Dayton’s Bluff, Payne-Phalen, Thomas-Dale/Frogtown, and Summit-University. In 2009, the partnership obtained a planning grant to assess the food needs of these communities. The multi-method assessment approach included resident surveys and focus groups conducted in English, Spanish, Hmong, and Somali.


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Assessing Food Insecurity in Saint Paul, BriefNeeds AssessmentFebruary 2011Wilder Research

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