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The past year brought some big changes to food policy and programs. Here are a few food policy highlights from 2019 — and a look at what’s coming next year.
Last month, FoodCorps alumni and partners gathered for a Hill Day in Washington, D.C. to meet with lawmakers and advocate for farm to school policies.
Local and state elections impact you and issues you care about — like healthy meals in school — in more ways than you think.