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Introduction. Access to healthy foods is a major barrier for individuals achieving a healthy diet. The literature reveals several investigations into causes of food insecurity, but few focus on Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs that attempt to address food insecurity and related health behaviors of participants.
Jill Jemison, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Paul Feenan, Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Breck Knauft, MEd, Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
Access to Health Services, Food Safety, Health-Related Quality of Life & Well-Being, Nutrition and Weight Status, Social Determinants of Health
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Capata, Michael; Crane, Ian; Goller, Taylor; Li, Angie; McElroy, Erin; Quinlan, Noah; Shamsian, Deborah; Delaney, Thomas; Jemison, Jill; Feenan, Paul; and Knauft, Breck, "An Evaluation of Food Insecurity & Health Behavior among Rural Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Participants" (2014). Public Health Projects, 2008-present. 200.