Welcome to the Maryland Food System Map
“Where are there gaps in food security? How can local farms help address inequity in access to healthy food?”
“How does local agriculture impact the Chesapeake Bay and Maryland residents?”
“Is there a need for more businesses in Maryland that process or aggregate farm products? What markets could they serve – hospitals, universities, public schools?”
The Maryland Food System Map is a project of the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. We offer data and maps as a resource for people seeking answers to these types of questions and working to improve our local food system.
Visit our interactive map, which showcases data on Maryland’s food system from farm to plate, and make your own custom maps. Download data displayed on the map. See the special projects we have been working on.
For more information on the Maryland Food System Map Project, please visit our About the map page.