The Colorado Food Systems Hub is a community resource designed to support healthy, resilient food systems across the state by providing relevant, reliable data—including enhanced mapping and reporting—in a collaborative environment that promotes peer-to-peer learning to increase impact and effect change.
This Hub was created by LiveWell Colorado in response to local food system coalitions’ need for more relevant and easily accessible data and mapping capabilities in order to advance healthy food access at the state and local levels. There is a strong desire to learn from one another and avoid duplicating efforts in Colorado, and we believe that identifying where other food systems-related activity is happening across the state will strengthen research, policy advocacy, and fundraising efforts for everyone working in the food systems space.
What Can You Do Here?
Food Environment Data Tools & Technical Assistance: Includes access to contextualized assessment tools, secondary data, and support for creating custom maps and reports.
Mapping of Statewide Activities & Their Impact: Includes a curated gallery of maps and data to help get you started in mapping food and health environments in your community or region.
Peer-to-Peer Sharing: Includes access to view what’s going on in the Forum, Hub Library, new stories, and more! (Access for Hub members only)