FOOD SECURITY & NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
INCLUSIVE APPROACHES TO COMMUNITY-BASED NUTRITION EDUCATION
GLOBAL FOOD SOVEREIGNTY
The National Food Access and COVID research Team (NFACT) is a collaboration of researchers across 15 states exploring the impact of COVID-19 on food access, food security and food systems. NFACT research is examining these impacts across local, state, regional and national levels and is integrating data to explore outcomes and impacts across scales. NFACT is committed to rigorous, comparative, and timely food access research during the time of COVID. We do this through collaborative, open access platforms and research that prioritizes communication to key decision-makers while building our scientific understanding of food system behaviors and policies.
BRIEFS & PUBLICATIONS
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COVID-19 AND FOOD INSECURITY IMPACTS: A FOLLOW UP VERMONT STUDY
FOOD AND JOB INSECURITY IN VERMONT DURING COVID-19 INFOGRAPHIC
July 15, 2020
THE EARLY FOOD INSECURITY IMPACTS OF COVID-19
FOOD ACCESS THROUGH SCHOOL MEALS AND FOOD PANTRIES DURING COVID-19: EARLY FINDINGS FROM VERMONT
THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE LOCAL FOOD SYSTEM: EARLY FINDINGS FROM VERMONT FROM VERMONT
THE IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS ON VERMONTERS EXPERIENCING FOOD INSECURITY
EMPLOYMENT AND FOOD DURING CORONAVIRUS
Between March 15th and April 11th, more than 78,000 Vermonters filed unemployment claims, with a projected unemployment rate of 22.9%.3 This brief includes the experiences and perspectives of food and coronavirus specifically for Vermonters who have been furloughed, had a loss of hours or income, or lost their job.