NATIONAL FARM TO INSTITUTION METRICS COLLABORATIVE

About Us

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The organizations in the National Farm to Institution Metrics Collaborative work across the country to measure and track the impact of the institutional market from producer to buyer. We have 30 members based in 20 states working at municipal, county, multi-county, state, regional, and national levels. We hold quarterly calls and occasional in-person meetings; offer opportunities for collaborative partnership; and provide a platform for sharing best practices, foundational metrics terminology, tools, and resources. If you're interested in learning more, take a look at this flyer about the National Farm to Institution Metrics Collaborative:

If you'd like to learn even more, contact Hannah Leighton at hannah@farmtoinst.org.

Webinar Series

We are excited to announce the launch of a new webinar series dedicated to sharing the tools and resources developed by Collaborative organizations! These monthly 30-minute webinars are designed to provide a national audience of farm to institution practitioners, supporters, and advocates the tools they need to measure farm to institution efforts in a meaningful way. We hope you’ll join us!

Upcoming Webinar:

Nourished by New England: Seasonal Harvest Program for Health Care

Tues., Feb. 19th | 3:30 - 4:00 pm EST

On our first webinar, Health Care Without Harm will share the design of Nourished by New England, a seasonal harvest program for health care. They will discuss program goals, the way in which progress toward those goals is being measured, and lessons learned from the first year of program implementation and data collection. Lastly, Health Care Without Harm will discuss how they are aligning metrics from this regional program with local purchasing programs in other regions.


Resources

The National Farm to Institution Metrics Collaborative is putting together a full database of resources and tools for those interested in better understanding farm to institution metrics. Check out a sample of those resources here.