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Friday, May 17 • 09:30 - 10:30
Evaluation for Transformation: Perspectives from Canada and the US / Évaluer pour transformer

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Theme: The Evidence Is In - measuring and reporting impact
Farm to School is bigger than what kids eat for lunch. It is about healthy students and strong communities fostering resilient and sustainable regional food systems.

Canada has come a long way in a few short years to realize this vision. We have much to celebrate, and we have big ideas to further our efforts. But how do we communicate our success? What can we learn from national leaders who are on this journey? To what extent has a strong vision, a clear framework for evaluation helped to propel work forward? This moderated panel session will address these questions and present concepts for next steps.

http://www.farmtoschool.org/resources-main/evaluation-framework
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Thème: Les preuves sont faites - Mesurer et communiquer l’incidence
Le mouvement De la ferme à l’école ne se résume pas à ce que les enfants mangent pour le dîner : c’est un mouvement qui favorise la santé des jeunes tout en créant des collectivités fortes et des systèmes alimentaires régionaux résilients et durables.

Le Canada a réalisé d’énormes progrès en quelques années seulement pour réaliser cette vision. Nous avons maintes raisons pour célébrer et nous avons de grandes idées pour poursuivre nos efforts. Mais comment y parviendrons-nous? Que peuvent nous enseigner les chefs de file nationaux qui suivent ce parcours? Dans quelle mesure une vision claire, un cadre d’action national et l’évaluation ont-ils propulsé notre mission? Lors de cette séance dirigée, nous aborderons ces questions et nous présenterons des concepts pour orienter les prochaines étapes.

Moderator
avatar for Joanne Bays

Joanne Bays

Farm to Cafeteria Canada
Joanne Bays is a population health nutritionist, a community developer, a public speaker with expertise in child nutrition, food policy and sustainable food systems. Joanne is well known within public health and sustainable food system sectors in Canada and internationally. Joanne... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Anupama Joshi

Anupama Joshi

Executive Director, Blue Sky Funders Forum
Anupama Joshi joined Blue Sky Funders Forum as executive director in December 2018. She is an accomplished leader in the non-profit and social sector in the United States and abroad. | | She was previously executive director of the National Farm to School Network, which she co-founded... Read More →
avatar for Scott Graham

Scott Graham

SPARC BC
Scott is a Credentialed Evaluator with the Canadian Evaluation Society and holds a Bachelor of Education (Distinction) as well as a Master’s degree in Theory and Policy Studies in Education from the University of Toronto. Scott specializes in applied qualitative and quantitative... Read More →
avatar for Kim Raine

Kim Raine

University of Alberta
Dr. Raine is Professor and Associate Dean (Research) in the School of Public Health, University of Alberta. Currently, she is also Scientific Director of the Centre for Health and Nutrition at UofA. She is a Registered Dietitian and a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences... Read More →
avatar for Lacy Stephens

Lacy Stephens

Program Manager, U.S. National Farm to School Network
Lacy Stephens, Program Manager with the U.S. National Farm to School Network (NFSN), works to expand the farm to school and farm to early care and education (ECE) movement through information sharing, network building, and advocacy at the national, state, and local levels. Lacy frequently... Read More →


Friday May 17, 2019 09:30 - 10:30
Salon B/C Victoria Conference Centre - Victoria, BC, Canada
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