COVID-19 and the Maine Food System sponsored by the Maine Farmer Resource Network Video
Video of a presentation from Jonathan Malacarne, University of Maine's School of Economics, Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics, Jason Lilley, University of Maine Cooperative Extension, Sustainable Agriculture Professional, and Tori Jackson, Maine Farmer Resource Network, Professor of Agriculture and Natural Resources entitled "COVID-19 and the Maine Food System sponsored by the Maine Farmer Resource Network". The presentation was given at the 2021 Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry's (DACF) Maine Ag Trades Show.
A description of the presentation from the Show's website: "The COVID-19 crisis had an immediate and extensive effect on food systems. In this session, we bring together data from various sources to describe the response of the Maine food system to this crisis. We summarize the actions, concerns, and adaptations of food producers, consumers, and vendors as they sought to weather and adapt to a challenging situation. By considering multiple vantage points, we seek to better understand how the food system responded to an acute crisis and how, through careful reflection, we can create a more resilient, efficient, and inclusive food system moving forward.
Sponsored by the Maine Farmer Resource Network"
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Lilley, Jason; Malacarne, Jonathan; and Jackson, Tori, "COVID-19 and the Maine Food System sponsored by the Maine Farmer Resource Network Video" (2021). Teaching, Learning & Research Documents. 69.