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Friday, May 17 • 15:00 - 16:00
The Evidence is In: Sharing Stories of Farm to School Impact / Les preuves sont faites : des histoires sur l’incidence des programmes De la ferme à l’école

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Theme: The Evidence is in: Measuring and reporting Impact
In this session, we will hear reflections about program evaluation from two successful Farm to School initiatives across Canada: the BC School Fruit and Vegetable Nutrition Program and an integrated, centrally-procured school snack program in Southwestern Ontario. Speakers will share information about their programs, how they approached their evaluations, and what impacts they were able to determine from the process.
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Thème – Les preuves sont faites : mesurer et communiquer l’incidence
Durant cette séance, les conférenciers nous parleront de l’évaluation de deux initiatives De la ferme à l’école réalisées avec succès dans deux régions du Canada. Il s’agit d’un programme de nutrition scolaire axée sur les fruits et légumes mené en Colombie-Britannique et d’un programme intégré d’alimentation scolaire (collations) par approvisionnement local mené dans le sud-ouest de l’Ontario. Les conférenciers décriront leurs programmes, leurs méthodes d’évaluation et les retombées mises en lumière grâce à cette évaluation.

Moderator
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Micheline Turnau

Leadership Council Member, Farm to Cafeteria Canada
Micheline is a passionate leader with over 16 years of successful experience in the prevention and public health sector with a focus on program and policy development. She has developed expertise in managing multi-dimensional projects, capacity building, evaluation and knowledge exchange... Read More →

Speakers
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Pat Tonn

Executive Director, BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation
Pat’s passion is agriculture education, and she enthusiastically brings this energy to her role as Executive Director of BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation. Pat has been a secondary school teacher and has worked with the BC Ministry of Agriculture, as Manager of Youth Development... Read More →
SW

Sarah Woodruff

University of Windsor



Friday May 17, 2019 15:00 - 16:00
Colwood 2 Victoria Conference Centre - Victoria, BC, Canada
  • Simultaneous interpretation NO