THE DESIGN CHALLENGE
WHAT WOULD YOU DESIGN TO IMPROVE A COMMUNITY’S ACCESS TO HEALTHY, FRESH FOODS?
Nearly 30 million Americans nationwide are affected by the lack of access to affordable, fresh foods.* Problems with the availability of food are not specific to one group; they occur in both rural and urban communities and pose challenges to people of all ages, races, and household structures. Unavailability can be physical or economic, and is unique to each community, while potential solutions can benefit farmers, families, and local economies alike.
Cooper Hewitt’s second annual National High School Design Competition: Good For All is now open! Be ambitious, innovative, and bold! Your idea can take many forms: it might be a product, a campaign, a space, an experience, or even a system. You will be asked to submit a sketch of your idea and to describe how your design addresses the challenge. Review how to enter and use these resources to start thinking like a designer!
March 20, 2017, 11:59 p.m. (ET)
Learn more about how to enter.