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Ann Palmer, CLF

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Ann Palmer, CLF

 

 

1.     Can you explain what the CLF is, when and how it started, and its mission?

2.     What is your role within CLF?

3.     What role does the CLF serve within the Baltimore metropolitan food system, and in conjunction with other organizations in the city?

4.     In what ways is CLF connecting programs throughout Baltimore?

5.     How much of CLF’s work is working directly with community members to increase their food awareness?

6.     Can you speak about a challenge that consistently surfaces in your work?

7.     As a part of JHU, and an organization that funds research and grants through the university, what are some of the current projects going on in Baltimore?

JHJHU's relationship with East Baltimore is at times very strained. How is the CLF addressing the JHU-East Baltimore community divide?

8.     How is the research done through CLF then connected to and applied to the field?

9.     What are some of the recent changes that have occurred in the Baltimore mentality towards food? How has this shifted the focus of CLF?

10. Where do you see the future of food in Baltimore headed? What do you envision happening?

What is your favorite Baltimore food? 

 

 

 

 

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