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Fundraising & Grantwriting: Food

Finding Books: Food & Nutrition

Book cover: the good food revolution Book cover: reconnecting consumers, produce and food Book cover: hunger: the biology and politics of starvation Book cover: community nutrition Book cover: underfed and overfed: the global epidemic of malnutrition Book cover: fed up: the high costs of cheap food

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Recommended Websites: Food & Nutrition

Food Research & Action Center is an excellent resource.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services has a number of relevant resources. Their Feeding Assistant Program list, FoodShare Wisconsin page, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity resources, and ForwardHealth > Nutrition Programs list are all excellent resources to supplement your research.

The US Department of Agriculture's Food and Nutrition site, Child Nutrition Programs page, and Programs and Services page for some excellent information.

Feeding America is a nationwide network of food banks.

Meals on Wheels Association of America is a nationwide network of over 5,000 local programs that each strive to help seniors live healthy lives.

Bread of the World is a Christian organization that advocates action on a personal and policy level to end hunger. Their site has a number of excellent resources on the causes and possible solutions to hunger.

Wisconsin State Law Library: Food & Nutrition Programs Directory - a good starting point for information on agencies, food stamp programs, and relevant statutes, regulations, and opinions.

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