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Food and Nutrition in a Changing World - Shared screen with speaker view
Ms. Gigi Osoria
02:09:23
would you be so kind as to send the link to the website?
Ashley Dunworth
02:09:57
https://nmdac.org/
Cassandra Vanderpool
02:13:40
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Michael Venticinque
02:31:52
Michael Venticinque 505-448-2891/VCC@farmersmarketsnm.org New Mexico Farmers Marketing Association/Value Chain coordinator
Angela Gonzales
02:40:01
Thank you for the valuable information Shelbie, Michael and Robert. Very much appreciated.
Shelbie Corriz
02:40:33
shelbie corriz: HFC@rrfb.org
Angela Gonzales
02:40:36
Shelbie - as weather gets colcer will you continue to do outdoor distribution?
Rebecca Kiss
02:40:56
Excellent presentation and outreach to the community!
Judith Gabriele
02:41:23
Fabulous panel, thank you
Mimi Ludden
02:44:43
In Raton we have a drive thru food distribution which works great.
Phil Jameson
02:46:04
Its not just diet, but all the social determinants of health and behavior which raise risk for lower income people and people of color for diabetes and Covid together.
Judith Gabriele
02:47:59
Agreed. Are any of you advocating for a living wage and other means to lift people out of poverty in your work?
Judith Gabriele
02:50:10
Thanks so much.
Marian Nez
02:50:12
To'Hajiilee is doing a curbside food box pickup, working with Navajo Nations, Shamrock Dairy Product, and USDA protein.
VAL WHITE
02:54:20
County and tribal health councils are great partners to promote and share information with too
Angela Gonzales
02:55:19
Great job everyone!!
Mimi Ludden
02:58:19
Welcome!
Michael Venticinque
02:59:58
Thank you to all. I have to get on another call. Be well
Cassandra Vanderpool
03:00:08
Discussion questions for breakout session 2: Have you noticed more difficulty in food access with your clients and did you learn something new about providing food access? What is one of your favorite strategies or tools for helping clients achieve success?