Final Presentation - UNC Institute for the Environment

Report
the
F.A.R.M.
Food Decision
Support Tool
ECOLAND Institute
FALL 2014 CAPSTONE PROJECT
ENEC: Julia Allcott, Emily Auerbach, Cole Brooks,
Mitch DeForest, Raymond Stanton, Blair Thompson
SILS: Natalie Davis, Annalee Harkins, Angela R. Zhou
Background
WHO IS ECOLAND INSTITUTE?
PROJECT ORIGINS
WHY FOOD?
FOODS FOR FRESH, AFFORDABLE, RESILIENT MARKETS
Objectives
QUESTION:
How can different food
system actors access
information to increase
their utilization of local
food?
SOLUTION:
IMPLEMENTATION:
Indicate opportunities for
Decision-making tool that
more local connections
presents opportunities
within the food system,
based on geographic
such as between
producers and providers,
and providers and
consumers
.
location and actor profiles
in a convenient display
Actors
WHAT ARE YOU
INTERESTED IN?
Producer
Provider
Home Gardener
Consumer
Decision-making Components
HYDROPONIC
POTENTIAL
NUTRITION
DEMAND
SEASONALITY
VULNERABILITY
Making Connections
1:1
N:1
N:1
GROWS
PRODUCE
N:1
1:
1
ENTITY-RELATIONSHIP
DIAGRAM
How We Got There
DATA STANDARDIZATION
DATABASE DEVELOPMENT
BUSHEL CARTON CASE
PINT FLAT BALE
LUG
POUNDS
QUERIES
?
?
?
?
USER INTERFACE DESIGN
CDS Case Study
DEMAND
NUTRITION
HYDROPONIC
POTENTIAL
Future Work
VULNERABILITIES
HYDROPONICS
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ROBUST, EASY TO USE WEB TOOL
Thank You
A big thank you to Brian Naess, Rochelle Blaustein,
Tolga Erkmen, Gary Marchionini, and Kaitlin Strahler
EcoLand Capstone
Julia Allcott
Emily Auerbach
School of Public
Health ‘15
ENST ‘15
Cole Brooks
ENST ‘16
Mitch DeForest
Raymond Stanton
Blair Thompson
BSBA ‘16
ENST ‘16
ENST ‘15
SILS Team:
Natalie Davis
BSIS ‘15
Annalee Harkins
Angela R. Zhou
BSIS ‘16
BSIS/BSBA ‘15

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