Agriculture and Food Security
Sustainable food security depends on many factors, including domestic and wild food productivity, equitable access, resilience to shocks and stressors, availability of markets, among others. We help our clients take a holistic approach to understanding food systems and determining the best strategy to overcome contextual challenges. For non-domestic food systems, such as wild caught fisheries and wild meat, we help policy-makers and managers overcome barriers to sustainability, explicitly examine tradeoffs, and weigh management risks. For agricultural or pastoral food systems, we use tools like natural capital valuation, land use planning, habitat quantification, community-based collective action, and market systems facilitation to support sustainable water use, land management, and food market systems.
Wild Meat Collaborative Learning Group