Geospatial Analysis of Rurality and Food Banks in Appalachian Ohio

Cooper T. Johnson, Rebecca Fischbein & Kristin Baughman
Introduction: Food insecurity is a problem for individuals across Ohio, including those living in Appalachia. Adequate access to resources that help combat food insecurity is important for these populations. Purpose: To examine how rurality relates to food insecurity and need for food resources, as well as availability of those resources including food pantries and soup kitchens, in 15 northern Ohio Appalachian counties. Methods: A cross-sectional study with a geographical analysis was conducted using data from...
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