Engaging, empowering, and evaluating farm-to-school projects with photovoice
Keywords:Farm-to-School, F2S, Photovoice, Evaluation, Food Service Staff, Research, Empowerment
This case study describes how we used photovoice as an engagement, empowerment, and evaluation tool in a farm-to-school project with food service staff in rural Ohio. We explain why we chose the visual narrative approach, working in a school setting, addressing institutional review board protocols, training, building trust with participants, and the outcomes. We provide lessons learned and suggestions for how other farm-to-school projects can use this tool for broader engagement, empowerment, and evaluation, especially when working with hard-to-reach or vulnerable populations.
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