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Finding Inspiration Through the Food Systems Impact Collaborative

Join us on as we explore Food Systems topics and the Impact Collaborative process. Are you looking for innovative ideas? Are you interested in launching, refreshing or rethinking a project or program?  The Impact Collaborative is here to provide you with inspiration, networking opportunities and learning events that support "thinking differently" from idea generation, to project development, implementation, measuring impact, and beyond.

This 30-minute webinar will introduce you to food system topics that individuals and teams can explore (and expand on) in this informational webinar on the Food Systems Impact Collaborative. We will also share how to apply for the Impact Collaborative. Come prepared to be inspired, share your thoughts, and ask questions!

More information on eXtension’s Impact Collaborative:

Presenter: Melanie Weir, eXtension Food Systems Fellow

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