Please take a moment to share your hopes and dreams for better food in the Imperial Beach community by visiting the Food Vision 2030 - Imperial Beach Community Page,

Imperial Beach is one of 12 communities in the county selected to engage residents, businesses and organizations in creating a vision and a 10-year strategic plan for a healthier, more sustainable and just food system for all. Let’s make sure that Imperial Beach voices are heard!

At the Food Vision 2030 - Imperial Beach Community web page, you can share your ideas on virtual post-it walls and complete a brief survey about issues that are important to you. Their goal is to have at least 1,000 people complete the survey by the Aug. 21 deadline. Participation is important because this information will be used to: address community needs; develop local policies that can impact the entire food system including growing, producing, distributing and selling food; and give local organizations valuable information that can be used to seek needed funding.

Spread the word by sharing this opportunity with your neighbors and friends.

Let’s make I.B. count! If you would like printed posters or flyers or have questions, you can email the Imperial Beach Collaborative at, or contact any of the local planning team members: Karen Clay, I Love to Glean,; John Griffin-Atil, I.B. Neighborhood Center,; or Kim Rivero Frink, SunCoast Market Co-op, Thank you!

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