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Rural Studies Program Food Insecurity in Oregon and the U.S.: Uneven Recovery in the Midst of Overall Improvement (2014-2016)

Description
Describes the food insecurity rate in Oregon that is statistically higher than the rate for the U.S. Highlights the characteristics of the population affected by the food insecurity including renters, single mothers, limited education, and rural versus urban.
Author(s)
Mark Edwards
Date
10/2017
Type
Document
Organizations
Oregon State University Rural Studies Program, School of Public Policy and the Rural Studies Program
Tagged as
Educational attainment · Families · Food security and nutrition · Housing and homelessness · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Oregon