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© Ken Meter, 20061 Ken Meter Crossroads Resource Center (Minneapolis) Finding Food in Sarasota County Photo: Team Santa Rosa
© Ken Meter, 20062 Sarasota County Team Santa Rosa University of Minnesota Experiment in Rural Cooperation (SE Minnesota) NW MN Regional Sustainable Development Partnership West Central MN Regional Sustainable Development Partnership Community Design Center Regional Food Systems Working Group (Value Chain Partnerships project) — Aldo Leopold Center Aldo Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture Iowa State University ALCES Foundation (Boston) Community Alliance with Family Farms (California) Cole Family Foundation Sunnyfields Farm Institute Maui Land & Pine University of Hawaii — Manoa Roots of Change Council (San Francisco) Ecotrust (Portland, OR) W. K. Kellogg Foundation Financial partners:
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5 Sarasota County 355,722 residents $15.3 billion personal income each year Source: Federal Census 2000, BLS
© Ken Meter, 20066 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 20067 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 20068 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 20069 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis Average farm production surplus
© Ken Meter, 200610 Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Sarasota County residents lost $835 million of net assets in 2004
© Ken Meter, 200611 Mural: The Food Project
© Ken Meter, 200612 Sarasota County Food & Farm Economy 371 farms Source: USDA Agriculture Census 2002 Photo: Team Sarasota
© Ken Meter, 200613 Sarasota County Food & Farm Economy 23 (6%) of farms are over 1,000 acres 255 (69%) are less than 50 acres Source: USDA Agriculture Census 2002
© Ken Meter, 200614 Sarasota County Food & Farm Economy 92 farms (25%) irrigate 5,002 acres Source: Ag Census
© Ken Meter, 200615 Average value of land and buildings $841,623 per farm 126% of state average
© Ken Meter, 200616 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 200617 $3 million (27%) less than 1969 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 200618 Region’s farmers produce $34 million of crops & livestock per year Sarasota County Food & Farm Economy And… $10 million surplus per year Spend $24 million to raise it 29-year average (1976-2004) Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 200619 Sarasota County Food & Farm Economy Farm families earn $823,000 of other farm-related income Receive little federal support Also… Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 200620 Source: Ag Census 63% of county farms lost money in 2002 Sarasota County Food & Farm Economy
© Ken Meter, 200621 Source: Environmental Working Group, BEA Sarasota County, Florida Farm Subsidy Profile, 1994-2005 Number of farms (BEA) 371 Number of farms receiving subsidies (EWG) 44 Percent of subsidies received 53% by top 5 recipients (EWG) Percent of subsidies received 26% by 1 recipient (EWG) Total subsidies received (EWG) $479,589
© Ken Meter, 200622 Source: Environmental Working Group Sarasota County, Florida Farm Subsidy Profile, 1994-2005 Type No. farms Subsidies Received Disaster Relief 35 $259,958 Commod. Payments 8 $170,491 Conservation 6 $49,140 Total 44 $479,589 Ave. commodity payments/year $14,207
© Ken Meter, 200623 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 200624 $7 million of these farm inputs are sourced outside the region Source: Ken Meter using data from Agriculture Census 2002
© Ken Meter, 200625 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 200626 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
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© Ken Meter, 200628 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
© Ken Meter, 200629 Also a region of food consumers...
© Ken Meter, 200630 Consumers buy $797 million of food each year Most from outside region Source: Ken Meter using Bureau of Labor Statistics
© Ken Meter, 200631 Sarasota County Food & Farm Economy The average food item in the U.S. travels 1,500 miles from farmer to consumer Food prices will rise as energy costs increase In fact… Source: Aldo Leopold Center Source: ERS
© Ken Meter, 200632 Sarasota County Food & Farm Economy Markets for food eaten at home millions Meats, poultry, fish, and eggs $ 127 Fruits & vegetables 75 Cereals and bakery products 49 Dairy products 64 “Other,” incl. sweets, fats, & oils 152 Source: Census & BLS
© Ken Meter, 200633 What is the region’s energy market?
© Ken Meter, 200634 Sarasota County Consumer markets for energy millions Household Electricity$ 193 Household Natural Gas 38 Household Fuel Oil 10 Gasoline & Motor Oil 240 Motor vehicle purchases 479 All transportation 1,084 Source: Census & BLS
© Ken Meter, 200635 Energy in the Food System U.S. spends about $139 billion each year......paying for the energy used to bring food to our tables Source: BLS; Department of Energy (estimates based on 1976 studies)
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© Ken Meter, 200637 All told, Sarasota County... Potential wealth lost each year Gains $ 10 million producing food Buys $ 500 million of outside food Buys $ 7 million of outside inputs
© Ken Meter, 200638 Finding Food in Farm Country $500 million each year Equals 15 times entire value of all crops & livestock raised in the region Total loss is:
© Ken Meter, 200639 The good news is... Photo: Team Sarasota
© Ken Meter, 200640 Finding Food in Sarasota County $40 million of new farm income earned each year more than what is now sold! If region consumers bought only 5% of their food directly from farmers:
© Ken Meter, 200641 State of Florida Photo: Team Santa Rosa
© Ken Meter, 200642 Source: BEA
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© Ken Meter, 200644 Crossroads Resource Center www.crcworks.org/econ.html (612) 869-8664 Ken Meter
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