Question for Kathy or anyone else - can you speak to some of the major differences between urban and rural communities when it comes to pursuing assessment work? We are working in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire, and are hoping to focus our study to better understand some of the gaps that exist here between food resources that exist and the level of access; e.g. "why, despite our best efforts, are the people who EAT here not connecting with the folks who GROW here?" We're also interested in understanding what are the NEEDS and WANTS of the residents in this region in terms of food resources. Most of this assessment work tends to be focused on urban populations, and the community composition is very different in a more rural area.