Food Policy Action Plan


The City of Asheville has adopted Resolution 17-257, which re-establishes the City of Asheville’s Food Action Plan in support of the Asheville Buncombe Food Policy Agenda. Access to healthy, nutritious food and the ability to cultivate, harvest, process, sell, share and trade food contributes to a thriving and resilient city environment.


Actions Taken


Supporting Documents

Resolution 13-17 establishing a food policy action plan

Resolution 17-257 updating the food policy action plan


Contact

Amber Weaver, Sustainability Officer

(828) 271-6141

Related Services

Dispose of large, seasonal or unusual items

Information about disposing of large or unusual items such as furniture, household hazardous waste, or appliances. As well as instructions for brush, leaves, or Christmas trees.

Recycling guidelines

Information on what can be recycled, how to prepare items for collection, and composting.

Food Policy Action Plan News

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