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SNAP-Ed Congressional Briefing - Speaker view
Karel Zubris
38:05
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Elizabeth Campbell
51:23
This is a great overview Sue!
siobhan hancock
54:15
That is indeed one of the best summaries or ever-changing SNAP-Ed. Thank you Sue!
Amy Hollar
54:40
Agree, great job Sue!
Sandy Sherman
54:54
Sue, thank you! it was an awesome overview.
Ahmad Alkaabi
54:59
Agreed! Thank you for that wonderful overview!
Matthew Pieper
55:51
I truly hope that Sue, you will share the slide on the SNAP-Ed overview. Great info!
Donna Elliott
56:41
Thanks, Sue!!! Great jobโ€”super information.
Barbara Blum-Alexander
57:15
That truly was amazing, Sue.
Penny McGuire
57:23
Great overview Sue!
Marci Scott
57:36
The presentation is being recorded and will be sent to all registrants as well as posted on the ASNNA website.
dawn lovejoy
57:49
Thank you Marci.
Susan Foerster
58:45
Thanks for kind words. Its a great program!
Julie Brunson- H.O.P.E. Gardens
59:20
Can you share a link to the child survey?
Marci Scott
01:01:08
The Hildrey et al, 2021 publication is available in an open access journal.
Daniela Carolina Avelino
01:04:42
Excellent presentation, Val! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ
Allen Moy
01:04:42
I think this is the Hildrey article: https://www.mdpi.com/2304-8158/10/3/579
Julie Brunson- H.O.P.E. Gardens
01:04:54
Thank you for the link
Karel Zubris
01:10:36
Thank you for your service SIr๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
Marci Scott
01:15:33
We welcome your questions in the chat to start discussion after all of the speakers have presented their program stories.
Susan Foerster
01:27:54
Tammy, remarkable, important program! How does Open Handโ€™s SNAP-Ed program work with other SNAP-Ed programs in Georgia?
Julie Brunson- H.O.P.E. Gardens
01:29:07
How does Fresh Approach connect to the Farmer's Market?
Allen Moy
01:33:35
@Julie Brunson: Fresh Approach was an intermediary between Santa Clara County and PCFMA during the first years of the program. They helped to design and implement the program evaluations and did outreach to local nonprofit partners. In the current project cycle, PCFMA works directly with the county.
Laura deTar, Fresh Approach
01:33:47
Fresh Approach helped in the first several years of the project to conduct surveys at markets, outreach to local partners with coupons beyond the Social Services department, with data collection and reporting, and with community-wide promotion of Market Match through nutrition and cooking classes and community outreach events. Fresh Approach works throughout the Bay Area to connect low-income and underserved residents to local farmers markets and local food producers
Laura deTar, Fresh Approach
01:34:08
Thanks, Allen!
Julie Brunson- H.O.P.E. Gardens
01:36:43
Thank you so much for responding!
Julie Brunson- H.O.P.E. Gardens
01:38:19
Is the community garden located at the school? And is there a link to this school/community garden program?
Susan Foerster
01:43:10
Shea, inspiring!
Sandy Sherman
01:44:17
Shea, thank you so much for all you do and for extending your resources through partnered efforts!
Elizabeth Campbell
01:47:00
For the SNAP-Ed providers, what is the one resource/need that you have to support your program in the wake of the pandemic.
Elizabeth Campbell
01:50:22
Given the update to the Thrifty Food Plan and increase in SNAP benefits, have you heard from your recipients discuss how this may or may not be helping to purchase/access healthy foods?
Susan Foerster
01:55:19
SNAP-Ed has rigorous geographic targeting requirements. Did the number, or type, of sites change, and how did you handle those changes?
Julie Brunson- H.O.P.E. Gardens
01:55:26
It would be a wonderful thing to see Garden Education be included into curricula and paid for in Education Budget.
siobhan hancock
01:55:36
Were FDPIR benefits also increased since that food program is equivalent to SNAP?
Marci Scott
01:57:14
Julie, you have options in that arena. Sarah would love to chat more about it.
Julie Brunson- H.O.P.E. Gardens
01:59:43
Thank you Marci.
siobhan hancock
02:04:06
Hi Julie, in NM we partner in our PSE efforts with nutrition educators from NMSU ICAN and Ag agents to help provide garden education and construction at the same sites (schools, communities, elder centers). They also have a garden specialist who helps develop and build gardens at tribal and non-tribal senior centers where there is interest.
siobhan hancock
02:04:57
Thank you, Teresa.
siobhan hancock
02:05:42
Thank you, Liz!
siobhan hancock
02:06:31
Thank you, this was very good.
Awilda Muniz
02:06:50
Thank you all.
Valerie Duffy
02:06:52
Thank you!
Elizabeth Campbell
02:07:07
Thanks everyone!
Jo Seavey-Hultquist
02:07:07
Thanks everyone!
Julie Brunson- H.O.P.E. Gardens
02:07:08
Thank you.
Patty Keane
02:07:08
Thanks all - nice to see everyone