Food Purchasing Attitudes and Practices in a Low-income, Multi-racial Neighborhood in Kalamazoo
|dc.description.abstract||Kalamazoo, Michigan has a complex physical, geographical and political food landscape set in the context of a nationwide food system and a blossoming local food movement. This is a study of the food system as it is expressed in a low-income, multi-racial neighborhood within the city (the 49007 zip code), and the complex ecological factors that shape the food purchasing experiences of community members there.||en_US|
|dc.title||Food Purchasing Attitudes and Practices in a Low-income, Multi-racial Neighborhood in Kalamazoo||en_US|
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Sustainability SIP Symposium 
Materials related to the annual Sustainability SIP Symposium sponsored by the Center for Career and Professional Development and the Environmental Studies Program.