Take a survey about North Carolina foodways

Marcie Cohen Ferris, a professor of American studies at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, is conducting a survey on North Carolina foodways.

Ferris will discuss the survey’s results at the upcoming Carolina Food Summit on Sept. 28 and 29.

The summit is a two-day event in Chapel Hill with panel discussions about hunger, sustainability, school lunch and other topics. It is organized by, Terra Vita, Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation and UNC Food for All. Tickets cost $150 per person. For details about the event, go to

To help Ferris, you can take the 5-minute version:

Or the 20-minute survey:

The deadline is Sept. 5.

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