This panel will explore Food Mapping — the what, why, where, who, and how of various projects in Cincinnati and around the state of Ohio. Topics include citizen science, art, critical cartography, graphic information systems, food deserts, swamps, (in)security, harvesting of edibles, and related public policy.
Nate Kemphues — MoBo Bicycle Coop & Northside Village Green
Glennon Sweeney — Senior Research Associate, The Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity
Wendy Silvius — Indian Hill High School, AP Human Geography Teacher
Nick Swartsell — Staff Writer, City Beat
Margaret Weiner — Graphic Designer, University of Cincinnati
Annalee Duganier — Community Development Project Manager, Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corp.
Alan Wight — The Christ College of Nursing
1. What is your role and relationship to various Food Mapping Projects?
2. Why are you interested in this work?
3. What are the benefits and challenges of doing this work?