Protein Puzzle Short Course - Jim Dyer presentation

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  • 4. Includes some very local. One-size doesn’t fit all – urban & rural models. 8. Good Food Costs/Cheap food costs. Fair prices for producers & consumers. Livable wages for producers & consumers. 9. Positive steps for all.
  • Protein Puzzle Short Course - Jim Dyer presentation

    1. 1. landscape• Intro photo Getting Good Meat into Schools Jim Dyer August 2012
    2. 2. • Farmers Market Photo
    3. 3. Grazing Photo
    4. 4. Fossil Energy Inputs Protein Source Energy in : Protein Out (kilocalories) Lamb 57:1Beef (grain & forage) 40:1 Beef (forage only) 20:1 Swine 14:1 Turkeys 10:1 Broilers 4:1 Source: Pimental, 2008, Food, Energy, & Society
    5. 5. • Processing plant photo
    6. 6. • Packaged meat photo
    7. 7. • Meat processor photo
    8. 8. Estimated Annual Food Purchases by Residents of La Plata County
    9. 9. Letting Regional Sourcing Prove the Local MarketOften must go beyond local when supply is lacking:• Recognize that you lose some benefits of Farm to School.• Maintain a standing preference for local producers and processors.• Keep sources and prices transparent.• Encourage local producers & processors.• Review local availability frequently.• Make policy clear from the start — no surprises.
    10. 10. ----- Flower-----------------------------• Closing photo www.healthycommunityfoodsystems.org www.coloradofarmtoschool.org www.swmarketingnetwork.org www.farmtoschool.org jadyer@frontier.net

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