GIS MAPS

 

The Center for Regional Agriculture, Food, and Transformation (CRAFT) at Chatham University makes every attempt to provide accurate and updated data. Those with data concerns or interest in providing updated data are welcome to contact us at: craft@chatham.edu. In addition, if you would like to add or revise information about your business, please complete this form.

Raw data sets are available here.

 

MAP OF PENNSYLVANIA PRODUCERS AND PROCESSORS
(JUNE 2019)


Map of all Pennsylvania producers and processors identified during the Inventory of the Pittsburgh Food Shed conducted by CRAFT in collaboration with the Western Pennsylvania Research Collaborative, the Fayette County Community Action Agency, and the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. Mapping was made possible by the Richard King Mellon Foundation.

For additional information and instructions for use, view the map in ArcGIS here.

Map produced by Dora Walmsley.

 

MAP OF WEST VIRGINIA PRODUCERS AND PROCESSORS
(JULY 2019)

Map of all West Virginia producers and processors identified during the Inventory of the Pittsburgh Food Shed conducted by CRAFT in collaboration with the Western Pennsylvania Research Collaborative, the Fayette County Community Action Agency, and the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. Mapping was made possible by the Richard King Mellon Foundation.

For additional information and instructions for use, view the map in ArcGIS here.

Map produced by Dora Walmsley.


REPORTS

 

Defining the 21st Century Food Shed: Pittsburgh and Beyond
(OCTOBER 2018)

 

Final report for the Inventory of the Pittsburgh Foodshed conducted by CRAFT in Fall 2018. The objective of the inventory was to provide empirical grounding for future food system analysis and programming around regional food and agriculture. The final report defines the terms, scope, limitations, and next steps of the inventory.

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COMMERCIAL KITCHEN CAPACITY ANALYSIS OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY
(DECEMBER 2018)

 

Info-graphic summarizing the analysis of commercial kitchen infrastructure in Allegheny County undertaken in an effort to better understand our region's capacity to support innovation within the food industry. Shared-used Kitchen Spaces (SUKS) and the food entrepreneurs who use them were surveyed to identify existing assets, gaps in service, barriers to entry, and other disconnects.

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FY2018-19 CRAFT ANNUAL REPORT
(JULY 2019)