A Food Charter is still in the works by Dryden-based Cloverbelt Local Food Co-op.
The Co-op, with help from other districts and Lakehead University, have now put together an online survey to gather the public's opinion.
Spokesperson Andrea Habinski says the questions are focused on problem areas in communities for food and access to affordable or traditional food.
Habinski says all data will be reviewed and used to draft a version of the charter that should be released early in the new year.
There's some incentive to complete the survey.