The Vancouver Food Asset Map highlights food assets located in Vancouver.
Food assets are places where people can grow, prepare, share, buy, receive or learn about food. Community organizations and schools are included on the map because they are places where community members can get support with learning and health or connect with others in their community.
Community food security exists when…
“… all community residents obtain a safe, personally acceptable, nutritious diet through a sustainable food system that maximizes healthy choices, community self-reliance and equal access for everyone” (Hamm and Bellows, 2003)
Understanding the food map
The Vancouver Food Asset Map Glossary includes a description of the categories or layers that are included on the map.
Download instructions on how to use the map
Watch a video on how to use the map
The Vancouver Food Asset Map has been created in partnership with Vancouver Coastal Health, UBC Land and Food Systems students and instructors, the City of Vancouver and Fresh Roots.
To add assets or provide feedback, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org