Community Food Strategies released $24,500 in small grants to 25 food councils. Read brief summaries of their work.
In this Facilitating Virtually session, participants will gain skills for encouraging dialogue and leading groups through a facilitation technique called ORID (Objective, Reflective, Interpretive, Decisional) Process that focuses on a conversation. We’ll also practice Open, Narrow, Close again in small groups.
In this Facilitating Virtually session, we’ll describe and practice a decision-making technique called Open, Narrow, Close. – a narrowing process to get to a few great ideas. We’ll also review the value of shared leadership and roles.
In this Facilitating Virtually session, we’ll help you understand your leadership style and how it impacts group dynamics. We’ll model tools to help facilitate more effectively through everyday disruptions and difficult personalities.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Community Food Strategies is offering block grants to food councils up to $1000 to support immediate and long-term relief efforts.
We’re hosting bi-weekly calls to hear from food councils across the state, share updates, hear strategies, and find additional supports for ongoing needs.