Increasing Access to Fresh, Locally Grown Produce: The Aggregation and Distribution Table

These are the results of the Ripple Effect Mapping exercise done with Appetite for Change (AFC) and stakeholders regarding their Health Equity in Prevention funded work. AFC buys produce directly from small, community-based growers who do not grow enough food to have their own table at the farmers market and sells it at the Aggregation and Distribution Table, a community-led farmers market vendor. This report highlights successful strategies and lessons learned from the program.



Stuber, Nick


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Health Equity in Prevention

The Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota provided funding to organizations through the Health Equity in Prevention initiative to advance health equity through policy, systems, and environmental changes. Wilder Research conducted a review of tools than can assess organizational capacity to advance health equity. Evaluation work included conducting ripple effect mapping discussions with HEiP-funded organizations to understand project impacts. Reports also highlight policy work and lessons learned.

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