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“Ideas for Leveraging Technology and Partnerships for Nutrition Equity”

In a panel discussion, the community nutrition research team at the Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health and their partners will highlight their iterative, community- and partner-engaged approach to developing nutrition equity tools and technologies by showcasing two ongoing projects: FM Engage and PSE READI. 

FM Engage (Farmers Market Engage) is a web app that encourages the integration of farmers markets into food shopping routines for families with children shopping with SNAP benefits. PSE READI is a readiness assessment tool that supports the implementation of healthy eating policy, systems and environmental (PSE) interventions within six diverse settings: farmers market, food retail, childcare, farm-to-school, food pantries, and K-12 schools.

This discussion, titled “Ideas for Leveraging Technology and Partnerships for Nutrition Equity,” will be held Tuesday, Feb. 28, from 9 to 10 a.m. via Zoom.

Learn more and register to attend.