March 23, 2007
Put Healthy Food on Nashville’s 2007 Agenda!
From the Nashville’s Agenda 2007 Website:
A non-partisan group of Nashville volunteers has launched a follow-up to the 1993 citywide goal-setting project known as Nashville’s Agenda to gauge again what Nashvillians think is needed to “make Nashville the best it can be.
The original Nashville’s Agenda was successful in identifying what people thought was most important for our city. This new initiative is to update what the city’s goals ought to be now, for the next decade.
Something needs to change.
In the results of the original 1993 survey, food was conspicuously absent from each and every one of the “21 goals for the 21st century.”
If you think that healthy, locally grown, “clean” food – produced by family farms – is important to the city of Nashville and surrounding communities, then visit the site, participate in the survey, and have your opinion be a part of this year’s results.