Local Foods Impact Conference: Best Practices in Evaluation Science

May 2, 2017 - Author: <$authorEmail>, Kate Clancy, Kim Brown, Kathy Newcomer

This video from the 2017 Local Foods Impact Conference Plenary Session explores Best Practices in Evaluation Science. During the workshop CRFS director Rich Pirog provides insight on the goals of the Michigan Good Food Charter and the work being done in Michigan to achieve them. He also discusses national-level local food surveys and data collection.


This workshop is given by:

  • Kathy Newcomer, Director, Trachtenberg School George Washington University; President, American Evaluation Association
  • Kim Brown, Chief Program Officer, DC Central Kitchen
  • Kate Clancy, Food Systems Consultant
  • Rich Pirog, Director, Center for Regional Food Systems, Michigan State University



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