Just Harvest (JH) works on a number of programs to increase food access in low-income areas. Increasingly, JH seeks to take an asset-based, participatory approach in defining food access solutions that are community-specific and sustainable. As such, this report draws from principles of grassroots organizing and community based participatory action research (CBPAR) alongside qualitative interviews and observations to provide a framework for engaging community members in defining food access solutions. More specifically, the report provides a step-by-step framework for building community partnerships, doing CBPAR, co-creating solutions, and developing community members into community leaders.
Publication tags: Field Reports - Racial Equity