Feeding a city with better food sources

February 17, 2016 - MSUToday

Access to clean water hasn't been the only health issue facing Flint. Since 2008, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine public health expert, Rick Sadler, has been mapping out areas of the city that have had almost no access to healthier food options and evaluating solutions that could help remedy the problem. The Flint native's most recent study, published in the journal Applied Geography, has found that simply changing the location of a farmers' market to downtown Flint has brought cascading positive effects to residents of the area.

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