Partnering Organization: WSU Food Systems Program, with collaboration from the WAFOOD research team (UW, TCC)
Among many different types of research resources, this project is going to require finding data pertaining to food security within Washington, information regarding best practices and collaborative efforts from numerous types of organizations, and scholarly research.
Listed below are resources that might assist you with this project. This list is by no means meant to be an exhaustive. Rather it is meant to get you thinking about what sort of resources you might need and where they may come from.
If you have any question, please email me.
Below are some resources regarding finding data regarding global food security
Understanding Food Security
Finding Data Regarding Food Security
Issues regarding food security in Washington State are complex. Below are a few articles and resources to help you contextualize the issues.
Contextualizing Food Security in Washington
For this project you will need to find resources from many different types of organizations. This will require examining different types of resources, whether they be Extension documents, corporate information, press releases and reports, primary sources, etc. Below are some resources to get you going.
Washington State University Extension Materials and WSU Resources
There are lots of resources available at WSU so take a look around...
Other Useful Resources and Organizations in Washington
Helpful Industry Resources
For more in-depth information regarding corporate research, take a look at the Company Research Library Guide.
Newspaper and Trade Publications
See also WSU News and Newspaper Research Guide.
Much of this project is going to involve finding scholarly research regarding a myriad of topics. Although you may find this research across many different resources, I'd start at the following databases: