Local foods -- Oregon -- Portland, Food -- Oregon -- Portland
The Portland Plan will consider current physical and socioeconomic conditions and trends and help establish shared visions, goals, and policies to guide the efforts of BPS and other city agencies over the next 20 years. BPS is interested in addressing food access issues in the Portland Plan, but does not have a defined, stakeholder-supported vision for food access. The Foodabilty project is developing a vision, goals, and strategy recommendations for food access in Portland that can be used to ground and direct future actions by the City and other organizations. It is supported by a set of maps displaying the contours of the City's current geographies of food accessibility. The final vision statement and evaluation criteria will be used to evaluate the goals for implementation that may be used to move Portland closer to its vision for food access. The final report will include a matrix evaluating the effectiveness and appropriateness of recommended strategies for BPS and other organizations. This project was conducted under the supervision of Sy Adler and Ethan Seltzer.
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Armstrong, Kim; Chastain, April; VanRheen, Stephanie; White, Steve; Chapin, Elizabeth; and Person, Julia, "Foodability" (2009). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 22.