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 Food System Council

The Clark County Food System Council is a citizen group working to increase and preserve access to safe, local and healthy food for all residents of Clark County. The council supports a viable, economical and sustainable local food system through multiple strategies including:

  • Strengthening the connections between food, health, natural resource protection, economic development and the agricultural community.

  • Researching, analyzing and reporting on information about the local food system.

  • Advocating for and advising on food system and food policy implementation.

  • Promoting and providing education on food system issues.

For additional information visit the Food System Council website.


The council meets monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month from 4 to 6 p.m. Meetings are held in Conference Rooms 210-A, B, and C at the Center for Community Health, 1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., Vancouver, WA. Meetings are open to the public.

Meeting agendas and minutes (PDFs)

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7/23/15 Agenda / Minutes
6/25/15 Agenda / Minutes
5/28/15 Agenda / Minutes
4/23/15 Agenda / Minutes
3/26/15 Agenda / Minutes
2/26/15 Agenda / Minutes

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The council is comprised of a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 21 Clark County residents representing as many of the following professions and/or viewpoints as possible: agriculture, nutrition, education, emergency food systems, health care, food services, food manufacturers and distributors, waste management, planning, transportation, grocery, community members, business or economic development, human services, faith based organizations, land use and concerned citizens. In addition to the elected membership, the Public Health Advisory Council (PHAC) will have the ability to appoint a member to the council.

For more information, contact:
Cyndie Meyer, Program Manager
Chronic Disease Prevention
(360) 397-8000 ext. 7305

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