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Healthy Corner Stores & Supporting Rural Grocers. Oregon Hunger Summit Corvallis, Oregon 19 January 2012. Panelists. Laurie Trieger (Moderator) Executive Director LCHAY Mac Gillespie Chronic Disease Policy Specialist Benton County Health Department Suzanne Briggs

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Healthy corner stores supporting rural grocers

Healthy Corner Stores & Supporting Rural Grocers

Oregon Hunger Summit

Corvallis, Oregon

19 January 2012


Panelists

Panelists

Laurie Trieger (Moderator)

Executive Director

LCHAY

Mac Gillespie

Chronic Disease Policy Specialist

Benton County Health Department

Suzanne Briggs

Technical Assistance Coordinator

Multnomah County Health Department

Kayla Schott-Bresler

Manager, Policy & Advocacy Initiatives

LCHAY

Sarai Johnson

Assistant Director

NEDCO


Access to healthy food

Access to Healthy Food


Access to food

Access to Food


Panel question

Panel Question

  • Can you tell us about the communities you are working in and give us a brief introduction to your program design and partnerships?


Panel question1

Panel Question

  • What does the community you’re working with say its challenges are? What techniques have you used to assess community needs and opportunities?


Panel question2

Panel Question

  • Corner store projects are about taking an existing resource and making it better. Can you describe some tools and tactics for working with food retailers to accomplish this goal?


Panel question3

Panel Question

  • In what ways can communities benefit from healthy corner store projects beyond increasing access to healthy food?


Panel question4

Panel Question

  • There is a growing movement to increase the number of retailers accepting SNAP, WIC, and Farm Direct. Can you speak about efforts to this end in your community and share any particular successes or challenges relating to retailers accepting benefits?


Panel question5

Panel Question

  • Aside from healthy corner stores, are there other promising policy or program options that you think would help increase the availability, accessibility, and affordability of healthy food in underserved communities?


Contact us

Contact Us

Laurie Trieger (Moderator)

LCHAY

[email protected]

(541) 682-4306

Mac Gillespie

Benton County Health Department

[email protected]

(541) 766-6835

Suzanne Briggs

Multnomah County Health Department

[email protected]

(503) 704-9531

Kayla Schott-Bresler

LCHAY

[email protected]

(541) 682-8847

Sarai Johnson

NEDCO

[email protected]

(541) 345-7106


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