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14 TA Options for planning

14 TA Options for planning

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W.K. Kellogg Foundation Food & Fitness InitiativeTechnical Assistance Options
 
Your TAP team is prepared to offer input and technical assistance as you developyour Community Action Plan. To discuss technical assistance options, pleasecontact the relevant member of your TAP group directly or feel free to coordinatethrough Renee Bayer. Examples of the topics on which technical assistance isavailable include:
Food Systems (Michigan State University):
Community Food, Nutrition & Health
 
Farm to School/ Improving School Meals
 
Food Systems Basics for Nutrition Educators
 
Fruit & Vegetable Access for Low-income FamiliesProduction, Farming & Land Use
 
Organic Agriculture
 
Effective Land Use
 
Season ExtensionFood Retail, Processing & Distribution
 
Farmers Market Development
 
Business Planning: Agri-food Sector
 
Direct Farm Marketing/ CSAsCommunity & Economic Development
 
Community Based Finance/Asset Building
 
Asset Building for Emergent FarmersCross Cutting
 
Food Policy Councils
 
Engaging Youth/Youth Farm Stands
Multicultural Processes (Visions) 
 
Developing a "common language" around issues of oppression (racism,classism, sexism and the other "isms") and change
 
Team building, organizational development and community developmentacross differences (from a multicultural perspective)
 
Mediation and conflict resolution from a multicultural perspective
 
Incorporating a multicultural lens in evaluation
Planning & Evaluation (University of Michigan)
 
Steps of planning and planning processes
 
Engaging community in planning and community assessment
 
Innovative assessment and evaluation processes
 
Using baseline data to identify priorities
 
Developing a local evaluation plan
 
Evaluation methods, measures, and tools
 
 Fitness Environments (Active Living by Design):
Transportation
 
Assessing Built Environments
 
Transportation Funding
 
SAFETEA-LU
 
Complete Streets Policies
 
Bike/Ped/Transit Specialty PlansCommunity Design/Land Use
 
Assessing Built Environments
 
Policy/Systems Analysis and Action Plans
 
Comprehensive Plans
 
Health Impact AssessmentParks/Recreation
 
Healthy Parks
 
Greenways
 
Joint Use of Public FacilitiesSchools
 
Safe Routes to School
 
Joint Use of Public Facilities
Communications (Pyramid)
 
Prioritizing communications activities and objectives: what’s important in theplanning phase vs. what should be in the Community Action Plan
 
Developing communications strategies and plans
 
 
Identifying and prioritizing target audiences
 
 
Creating effective messages
 
 
Identifying appropriate messengers
 
 
Determining the most effective mediums for reaching specific targetaudiences
 
 
Choosing appropriate materials and crafting them effectively
 
 
Developing a common language around food systems and the builtenvironment
 
 
Chronicling and telling your story effectively
 
 
Using images to tell your story
 
 
Creating a brand identity
 
 
Developing an effective website (content, design and technology)
 
 
Engaging the media (how and when)
 
 
Creating effective presentations
 
 
Creating effective events (developing a powerful program/agenda, engagingthe audience)
 

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