Using a series of detailed New Hampshire maps, this brief presents a geographic picture of the towns and cities at risk for food insecurity as well as the food resources available across the state. By detailing places with high food insecurity risk and comparing them to places where food is available, these maps show areas of unmet need. This information will enable organizations partnering with New Hampshire Hunger Solutions to identify where initiatives addressing food insecurity and hunger could have the greatest potential impact.
Co-publication with the Children's Alliance of New Hampshire
Durham, N.H. : Carsey Institute, University of New Hampshire
Wauchope, Barbara and Ward, Sally, "Mapping food insecurity and food sources in New Hampshire cities and towns" (2012). The Carsey School of Public Policy at the Scholars' Repository. 163.
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