Brandon Food Council is seeking Volunteers!

We are looking for community members and community serving organizations to enhance and continue the work of

the Brandon Food Council. 

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Research and Policy Committee to monitor local foodscape and keep up to date on leading edge community food system innovations.

Evaluation and Assessment Committee to identify community indicators to assess and measure success towards intended outcomes.

Engagement and Education Committee to create multi-pronged stakeholder engagement and education plan to foster connections with stakeholders, enhance and connect food-related initiatives from various sectors, engage citizens, industry, other levels of government, and community groups on food issues.

Funding Committee to identify funding opportunities to maintain a coordinator position and to achieve projects as determined by capacity and passion of the Council and community.

Creativity and Design Committee to develop the brand of the Food Council, advance professional image and increase outreach impact.

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