University of Wisconsin–Madison

Farm to Family: Building food system resilience and feeding families in the time of COVID-19

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2020
Level State
State(s) Hawaii
Policy Areas Democracy & Governance, Food
The state of Hawaii is in need of a comprehensive approach to helping Hawai'i families and supporting Hawai'i farmers during the time of COVID-19. This report proposes that through the CARES Act funding, Hawaii should spend $40 million on immediate needs between now and the end of 2020 that will set the stage for future food system resilience efforts in years to come. The report details out different types of food assistance programs, the amount needed for these, and what the food assistance programs would provide.

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