Food Access Issue Team

Calls for Co-Leader Nomination

Ann Fenton, team 17 co-leader has decided to transition off of leadership for our team this fall. Please follow this link to submit nominations for the next co-leader by September 11. https://ssp.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_emPuZnggzhp6VYF
Thank you for all of your hard work, Ann!

Impact Report 2017

Our team evaluators have attended the evaluation training held in Lincoln this month, and have brought back advice on how to put together our next impact report. Continue reading…

HOPE Garden Featured in Munroe-Meyer Guild Garden Walk

HOPE GardenHOPE Garden was featured on this year’s Munroe-Meyer Guild Garden Walk on June 11th. Typically, the garden walk includes only residential gardens. The 1/5-acre garden is managed exclusively by master gardeners, who are certified by Nebraska Extension. This year’s roster includes 20 gardeners. Continue reading…

More details at: http://www.omaha.com/living/sunday-s-garden-walk-to-feature-community-garden-that-grows/article_e48cc12c-70ab-5c3b-a812-c33c3dfb6778.html

PEARS Evaluation Database

In fall 2017, team 17 will begin to transition data reporting into the PEARS reporting system. PEARS coordinator, Dustin Stegen, will help program leaders determine what and how data will be entered into the system this week. Live training sessions will follow this fall via zoom.

Originally published August 29, 2017 - Submit an Item