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Agenda. Introductions and Background Panel: Hannah Ancel, Community Food System Coordinator, ACCESS Inc , Medford Spencer Masterson, Community Resource Developer, Oregon Food Bank Formal FEAST Follow-up Options Q & A. About the FEAST model.

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agenda
Agenda
  • Introductions and Background
  • Panel:
    • Hannah Ancel, Community Food System Coordinator, ACCESS Inc, Medford
    • Spencer Masterson, Community Resource Developer, Oregon Food Bank
  • Formal FEAST Follow-up Options
  • Q & A
about the feast model
About the FEAST model
  • FEAST was developed as a response to the need to help communities move to action around community food systems work.
  • These events are organized by a local steering committee and feature local organizations
  • A FEAST convenes a conversation that leads to a self-determined organizing plan for food systems work in the community
  • Currently, OFB staff serve as facilitators, provide suggestions, feedback and support, but do not direct the outcomes.
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Rogue Valley Food System Planning Process

FEASTs:

Applegate Valley (March 11, 2012)

Phoenix/ Talent (April 24, 2012)

Eagle Point (April 28, 2012)

Ashland (May 12, 2012)

Community Food Conversations:

Jacksonville (March 13, 2012)

Rogue River (April 24, 2012)

East Medford (June 19, 2012)

West Medford (June 21, 2012)

Central Point (June 26, 2012)

Talent in Spanish (October 4, 2012)

Illinois Valley (February 12, 2013)

keeping people engaged
Keeping People Engaged

Community Gatherings • Specific Projects • Email Updates

Rogue River Follow-up Gathering

Community Gardening Network

outcomes
Outcomes

SNAP Incentive

Local Food Marketing

Healthy Corner Store Project

Cooking Demos

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2 FEASTs (2010 and 2011)

  • RARE AmeriCorps Community Food Assessment and organizing (2010-12)
  • Follow-up events within a year, culminating in monthly group meetings
  • FEAST groups became chapters of regional non-profit
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Lebanon FEAST >>> TRFW East Linn

FEAST Follow Up

Priority: Food Literacy

Food Day Food Fair. 200+ attended

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Panel discussion on local agriculture

Winter Gardening Workshop. 80+ attended

Other Programs Supported:

  • SNAP Match at Farmers’ Market
  • Garden Resource Guide
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Albany FEAST >>> TRFW Albany
  • No official “follow-up” event, though the group kept meeting monthly.
  • Also identified food literacy as a priority and something practical.
    • Cooking demos at Farmers’ Market
    • Food Preservation Fair in conjunction w/East Linn

Other Programs Started:

  • Fruit and Veggie Rx Program
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Rural Organizing Considerations

  • Distance
    • Alternate meeting locations
    • Meeting frequency
    • Community working groups
  • Meeting Format
    • Informal vs. Formal
    • Potluck
  • Action Motivated
    • Identify community needs
    • Start with a task
    • Ex. Food Day Food Fair
  • Alternative Engagement
    • Volunteer Opportunities
    • Email/Phone/Skype
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Wallowa County CFS Process

February 2011 FEAST

Fall 2011 Wallowa Food Systems Council formed

July 2012 Community Food Assessment completed

Sept. 2012 Two -step Planning process begun with prioritization of Opportunities

October 2012 Group process to develop a one year strategic plan

October 2013 Review progress, evaluate next steps, develop second year strategic plan

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Sharon ThornberryMegan Newell-Ching

Community Food Systems Manager Community Resource Developer

Phone: 971-205-5028 Phone: 503-419-4186

sthornberry@oregonfoodbank.orgmnewellching@oregonfoodbank.org

Spencer Masterson

Community Resource Developer

Phone: 971-313-8585

smasterson@oregonfoodbank.org

Connect With Us on Social Media!

http://www.facebook.com/oregonfoodbankcfs

https://twitter.com/#!/OFB_SharonT