The Tulsa Food Security Council (TFSC) promotes community-wide collaboration to provide equal access to healthy food for all and work toward our vision of an end to food insecurity in the Tulsa region.
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Equal access to healthy food.
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OUR PURPOSE: Form a diverse alliance of public and private stakeholders to:
Discuss and coordinate community-wide efforts to improve equitable access to food.
Work with food/agricultural sectors to contribute to the environmental and economic wellbeing of the region.
Improve access to healthy food options, locally grown food, and healthy living educational resources.
TULSA FOOD SECURITY COUNCIL STRATEGY
Tulsa Food Security Council employees three strategies to accomplish its mission to provide access to food for everyone in our community.
Educating organizations, communities, and individuals about: food insecurity and resources, nutrition and health, and healthy and local foods.
Supporting development of local initiatives to promote access to affordable food including food production and access, and environmentally friendly and economically sustainable food systems.
Promotion, support, and implementation of policies that support the mission and strategies of the Tulsa Food Security Council.
The Council currently receives administrative support from Hunger Free Oklahoma.
FOOD SECURITY TEAMS
The Council functions through several action groups that meet regularly.