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Local Matters Public Participation Plan
Transcript of Local Matters Public Participation Plan
Public Participation Plan Major issues: Competition between communities
Program ownership by community
Project impact Community leaders helps to develop criteria for site selection, and helps choose community Stage 1: Identifying alternative areas July 2011 Stage 2: Developing criteria for site selection September 2011 Stage 3: Identifying communities that desire services December 2011 Stage 4: Evaluating alternatives March 2012 Stage 5: Selecting a community April 2012 Stage 6: Designing the program September 2012 Stage 7: Identifying farmers
that can supply services October 2012 Stage 8: Implementing the program Ongoing The task force will be in charge of reviewing technical studies and researching the following:
National best practice food access programs
Analysis of areas of need in Franklin County
Analysis of expected impact of a healthy local food initiative in potential sites that are suggested
The task force will develop a list of suggested areas that have the potential for high impact. Who is involved: Local Matters staff and board
Citizen Advisory Committee
Community residents Local Matters personnel, key stakeholders, OSU experts, ODH, CPH Community leaders from areas around Franklin County Interested community residents taking ownership of program Background Create an advisory group of community leaders from areas selected in stage 1.
Conduct a series of advisory group meetings in which participants learn from the research conducted in stage 1 and develop a set of criteria for site selection. Review Meeting
(September 2011) Conduct a healthy local food public relations campaign
Interviews with community leaders
Conduct a series of town meetings, distributing educational materials and surveying attendees Review Meeting
(December 2011) Content analysis of community feedback from the surveys, interviews, town meetings and workshops
Using the criteria developed in Step 2 as a guide for decision-making, the task force and advisory group rate each community in terms of its appropriateness for Local Matters programming. Conduct several meetings with the task force and advisory group to come to a final decision on which community to select.
Call primary stakeholders to inform them of the decision.
Announce the decision on the website, in a newsletter, and through social media outlets. Task force and Local Matters staff gather information about the community
Create citizen advisory committee
Community outreach campaign
Facilitated Introductory Meeting
Food Mapping Meetings
Site Visioning Meetings
Written Summation of Findings Review Meeting
(September 2012) Interviews with local farmers and/or farmers markets.
Facilitate community meeting with local farmers to provide interaction and an opportunity for residents to meet the farmers. Quarterly meetings with program stakeholders, such as program staff and community leaders.
Continued community education initiatives determined by citizen advisory committee.
Solicit participant feedback about the program and services with questionnaires that can be filled out on site. Review Meeting
(June 2013) Community designs program and determines pricing with local farmers Early and often community involvement Community can include safety management in program design Community advisory committee can set goals, targets and measures, in addition to continuing outreach, education and engagement within the community.