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In partnership with OSU Extension Service and Clackamas County Public Health Division, this project used data and narrative research for planning community-based strategies to improve availability and access to culturally relevant, healthy food resources in Clackamas County. The student team updated demographic and health data from the past Blueprints for a Healthy Clackamas County and visualized the information through maps. Through community engagement in the Molalla area, the project helped determine food preferences, assess gaps, and provide recommendations for healthy, culturally preferred food resource availability specific to Molalla.


This project reflects a partnership between Portland State University’s (PSU) Master in Urban Planning (MURP) program, Oregon State University (OSU) Extension Service, Clackamas County Public Health Division, and AntFarm.


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