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The MetroWest Food Collaborative (MWFC) is a regional effort that includes Ashland, Framingham, Hudson, Hopkinton, Maynard, Milford, Millis, and Natick. The MWFC kicked off in October 2021, as a project of MetroWest Moves, the regional Mass in Motion, after a 9-month planning process.  The Collaborative is composed of over 50 community members, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, farmers and funders throughout the MetroWest region. To strategically facilitate expansion, the MWFC merged under the MetroWest Shared Public Health Services (MWSPHS) umbrella in the fall of 2022.  Benefits to this collaboration include; increasing coordinated communications across the region, impacting policy change in our work, collaboratively pooling resources, increasing staff capacity and expertise to deliver better health protections, programs and outcomes.  MWFPHS is housed in the Town of Hudson Health Department.

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