Steering Committee Member Application
The following form is an application for the Franklin County Local Food Council Steering Committee. Steering Committee members are responsible for establishing and executing the strategic direction and priorities of the Food Council, in addition to supporting organizational functions through business and governance decision-making.

If you have any questions regarding this application, please contact fcolfc@gmail.com.

First Name *
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Last Name *
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Email Address *
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How are you involved in the food system? (work? volunteering? eating?) *
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Other Affiliation(s) & Title(s)
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Preferred Gender Pronouns *
Race/ Ethnicity *
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Home Zip Code *
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Work or Civic Space Zip Code (if applicable)
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Phone Number
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Area(s) of personal and professional expertise *
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How many hours a month can you commit to the Food Council? (minimum of 3-5 hours monthly, including meetings) *
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In which capacity of the Food Council work do you want to participate? *
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In 250 words or less, please explain why you are interested in serving as a Steering Committee Member of the Food Council. *
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What is the most important thing you think the Food Council should be doing? *
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Please read the Mission, Objectives, and Guiding Values of the Franklin County Local Food Council and affirm your support by clicking "I support" below each section.
You must support all three in order for your application to process.
Mission: The Franklin County Local Food Council seeks to expand, strengthen, and maintain a resilient local food system in Franklin County. *
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Objectives: (1) Link food and farm businesses, non-profit organizations and local government entities in a common effort to support a resilient local food system; (2) Improve the availability of safe, healthful, and, where possible, local food at affordable prices for all; (3) Address barriers and opportunities to strengthen connections among producers, processors, distributors, retailers, and recyclers; (4) Ensure through outreach and engagement that citizens, agencies, organizations, and local businesses consider a healthful and resilient local food system to be an essential part of all policy, planning, and decision-making; (5) Convene food system stakeholders and provide a forum for collaboration in the public sphere; (6) Act as a clearinghouse by developing, collecting, and sharing food system information and resources; (7) Create, evaluate, and influence food system policy; (8) Support and participate in food system programming. *
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Guiding Values: (1) Community and Regional Prosperity and Resilience; (2) Equitable Access to Healthy Food; (3) Health-centered Food System; (4) Sustainable Agricultural Practices; (5) Social Justice and Equity; (6) Systems Approach to Franklin County Local Food; (7) Measurable Outcomes. *
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