County partnerships are always an asset to Extension but can be especially important during challenging budget times. During these times, partnerships with the local Parks and Recreation Department, and county General Health District have made offering monthly Good Foods for Good Health programs possible. These programs emphasize healthy food choices and safe food handling practices. Determining the dollar value of these partnerships provides valuable information to share with stakeholders and illustrates how all partners involved benefit when we work together instead of in competition with each other.
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Angell, D. L. (2006). Value of Good Foods for Good Health Community Partnership. The Journal of Extension, 44(5), Article 17. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol44/iss5/17