The Lake Superior Good Food Charter
The Lake Superior Good Food Charter was developed from citizen input as part of the Western Lake Superior Good Food Movement.
- Economic Resilience, such as investing in regional food infrastructure
- Food Knowledge and Culture, such as providing educational tools necessary to make informed decisions around food choice and food policy
- Community Health and Food Justice, such as encouraging the development of community-wide food security through gardens, yard gardens, urban fowl, and other initiatives
- Ecological Health, such as promoting zero-waste strategies and ecologically preferable packaging, composting and recycling.
Now that you’ve learned more, the best way to create change is by getting involved! Donate your money or time, find support, and take action. Citizen climate action means a stronger, healthier, more vibrant Duluth!