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CED Resource Guide Healthy Food FY 2017

Published: June 27, 2016
Audience:
Community Economic Development (CED)
Category:
Funding/Allocations, Current grantees

 

Measuring the Impact of Your Healthy Food Project 
In this session at the 2016 CED Grantee Conference, a panel of three experts experts in the area of healthy food--Donna Leuchten-Nuccio, Director, Healthy Food Access, The Reinvestment Fund; Bill McKinney, Director of Research and Evaluation, The Food Trust; and Sara Padilla, Project Manager, Farmers Market Coalition--discuss the impact of healthy food projects on the overall physical, social, and economic health of their communities. While it is still difficult to demonstrate direct impacts of healthy food projects on communities, this session discusses strategies and opportunities for moving beyond increasing healthy food access in low-income communities to demonstrating impacts and outcomes.

Combining Federal Funding Streams for Successful Healthy Food Projects
This 2013 webinar discusses opportunities for combining federal funding streams from the three agencies involved in the HFFI initiative—the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), Agriculture (USDA), and Treasury—to promote the success of healthy food projects.

Increase Access to Healthy Foods
In this presentation from the 2012 CED/JOLI Grantee Conference, Ruth Jaure, Program Manager, Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund and Native Initiatives, U.S. Department of the Treasury presents on the CDFI's Healthy Food Financing Initiative.

Implementing and Evaluating Innovative Healthy Food Projects
In this presentation from the 2012 CED/JOLI Grantee Conference, Marcus Weiss, President, Economic Development Assistance Consortium presents examples of how healthy food-related community development projects evaluate their progress and achieve success in providing healthy food options in low-income communities.

USDA Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
In this presentation from the 2012 CED/JOLI Grantee Conference, Julie Curti, Assistant to the Director, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, U.S. Department of Agriculture, provided an overview of USDA resources opportunities for food-related projects.

Implementing and Evaluating Your Healthy Food Project
This presentation is from the 2012 CED/JOLI Grantee Conference. It was given by David Procter, Director of Center for Engagement and Community Development, Institute for Civic Discourse and Democracy, Kansas State University, during the Day 3 Breakout D: Implementing and Evaluating Your Healthy Food Project.

Last Reviewed: June 14, 2019