The Future of Food Planning: NYC 2014 and Beyond: A Conversation with Mark Winne and Nevin Cohen

by Charles Platkin

The Future of Food Planning: NYC 2014 and Beyond: A Conversation with Mark Winne and Nevin Cohen

Mark Winne, from 1979 to 2003, Mark Winne was the Executive Director of the Hartford Food System, a private non-profit agency that works on food and hunger issues in the Hartford, Connecticut area. Mark is a co-founder of a number of food and agriculture policy groups including the City of Hartford Food Policy Commission, the Connecticut Food Policy Council, End Hunger Connecticut!, and the national Community Food Security Coalition.

Nevin Cohen is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at The New School, where he teaches courses in urban food systems, environmental studies, environmental planning, and environmental policy analysis, including cross-disciplinary courses that connect the fields of policy, urban planning, design, and urban studies. Dr. Cohen’s current research focuses on the development of urban food policy, the use of urban space for food production, and planning for ecologically sound urban food systems.

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