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6 October 2022
An innovative collaboration between two longtime KK&P clients—the Rhode Island Nursery & Landscape Association (RINLA) and the Rhode Island Food Policy Council (RIFPC)—allowed for the launch of a new interdisciplinary Associate degree in ‘Environment, Sustainability, and Management’ at the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI).
28 September 2022
We welcome our readers to review the RFEI and forward it to organizations who may be interested in partnering with WSCAH to develop or grow their neighborhood-based healthy food distribution initiatives.
20 April 2022
Adaptation, distribution, and, above all, partnership, are essential to small dairy survival.
24 November 2021
KK&P is working to proactively advance our commitment to reducing bias and injustice across agriculture, food, and health systems.
7 November 2021
KK&P’s work with GFP continues our long history of guiding values-driven procurement by institutions and corporations.
11 August 2021
Engaging men is a critical part of the solution to the problem of gender inequality for female agrifoodtech entrepreneurs, reveals new research from KK&P.
5 August 2021
The Hunter Foundation purchased a historic but overgrown farm in 2016. Now, the Foundation and KK&P are designing a strategy to expand the farm’s food and community impact.
3 August 2021
KK&P has been working with the state's plant-based industry trade association, the RI Nursery and Landscape Association (RINLA), for the past four years to develop a suite of human capital focused programs called Growing Futures.
15 April 2021
Built on strong partnerships with the food business community, other educational institutions, and community partners, KK&P crafted a vision and plan for the SUNY Orange Food Industry Workforce Program, with a flagship commercial kitchen and adjacent training, education and event space, which will launch with a laboratory year in which new ideas, partnerships and programs can be trialed and tested.
9 April 2021
Karen and former KK&P Senior Consultant Emily Sandusky, who has recently returned to the company to support our research, talk about the period between 2011 and 2015 and how KK&P's implementation capacity sets it apart from other consultancies.
16 February 2021
KK&P’s Good People division is unique among food systems consultancies. Here’s how it got started.
3 December 2020
Resilience, collaboration, and equity have been vital to understanding and weathering food system challenges in 2020. These core values are at the heart of an initiative Karen Karp & Partners has been helping to design and facilitate this year to reinforce and restore resilience and equity in New England’s regional food system amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.