” The maps below highlight food assets located in local communities. Food assets are places where people can grow, prepare, share, buy, receive or learn about food. Community organizations and schools are included on the map because they are places where community members can get support with learning and health or connect with others in their community.” – Vancouver Coastal Health
Richmond Public Health, in partnership with Richmond Food Security Society and UBC Land and Food Systems, have developed a food asset map, which is a snapshot of food-related resources, to better serve our community. Please take this 1 minute survey after viewing the map. We’d love to hear from you!
Find Vancouver’s Food Asset Map here.
More information about Food Asset Maps can be found on Vancouver Coastal Health’s website here.