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Working Landscapes Goal 2: increase local food and forest product processing and sales within the region

indicators

Baseline assessment

Suggested Targets: These indicators were selected from readily available data sets from NYSDEC, NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets, and the USDA to provide • Primary wood-processing facilities a measure of the amount of natural resources used • Increase the number of primary wood-processing faciliwithin the region to create value-added food and forties to 50 by 2020, 60 by 2035, and 70 by 2050. estry products. Processing facilities within the region • Secondary wood-processing facilities contribute to a stronger economy, and reduce the • Increase the number of secondary wood-processing facilidistance raw materials must be shipped for processing. ties to 65 by 2020, 75 by 2035, and 85 by 2050. • Permitted food-processing facilities 1. Number of wood-processing facilities in the region: • Increase the number of 5A Permit Holders to 10 by 2020, a. NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets permits: 25 by 2035, and 40 by 2050. 20C (retail and food processing) and 5A (animal slaughter • Increase the number of 20C Permit Holders to 590 by facilities other than beef and pork) 2020, 640 by 2035, and 690 by 2050. • Increase the number of USDA Permit Holders to 3 by b. USDA-permitted facilities for processing meat, poultry, 2020, 6 by 2035, and 12 by 2050. and eggs 2. Number of permitted food-processing facilities in the

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