The Wisconsin Food Security Project provides localized information about the food security infrastructure in Wisconsin. The project promotes food security by helping planners and policymakers identify strengths and gaps in their communities, and by helping service providers and individuals and families to locate food-related resources. Community planners can use this website to learn about the components of food security--including economic security, the food environment, federal food assistance programs, and emergency food programs. Individuals, families, and service providers can use this website to learn about where food programs are located--including summer meal programs for children, farmers markets, food pantries, and more.
To create a custom profile for a county, municipality, or school district, click on the profiles tab.
To create custom charts showing how local characteristics change over time, or illustrating relationships among local characteristics, click on the charts tab
This website is currently under construction. We are continuing to add new data and new features, so please check back periodically for updates.
Questions? Suggestions? Comments? Please feel free to contact us using the email link at the top of the page.
Please note: We make all efforts to ensure the accuracy of the data provided. In some cases, complete data may not be available. The site is under ongoing development, and it is possible there may be mistakes or omissions. We welcome input via the email link.
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