We have compiled a list of previously recorded webinars.


Advocacy vs. Lobbying

December 11th, 2014

Bringing Water Back to School: Challenges and Strategies

July 9th, 2015

When children drink more water, they consume fewer calories from sugary beverages, stay hydrated, and improve their readiness to learn. This session will explore the obstacles schools face in providing free drinking water for students and look at promising practices that support access to fresh water throughout the school day. Speakers include health department and school district staff who will talk about challenges and successes at the local level.

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Comprehensive School Physical Activity (CSPAP) Webinar

December 14th, 2017

This webinar will provide SNAP-Ed LIAs with an overview of Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program. The webinar describes what a CSPAP looks like, as well as walks through the different components and steps to implement CSPAP.


Eat Healthy Be Active

November 20th, 2018

This Direct Education Webinar featured the curriculum Eat Healthy Be Active and involved compononents of the curriculum modification guidelines.


Eight Elements of a Strong Policy

November 13th, 2014

Learn how to craft sustainable public health policy that supports healthier environments by defining the problem, finding policy solutions that work and locating resources for help. Having a clear understanding of the legal and policy context for any public health effort is critical for everyone working to create lasting, meaningful change. Public health has experienced a seismic shift in how policy is viewed in prevention efforts.  What can communities do to ensure that public health policy creates healthy environments?

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Evidence-Based Requirements

June 8th, 2017

Learn about the USDA's evidence-base requirement, AzNN's evidence-base requirement, and how to submit interventions for inclusion within the AzNN program.


Farm to School Webinar 1.17.2018

January 30th, 2018

Explore the connection between SNAP-Ed and Farm to School and learn about opportunities for LIAs support PSE changes within this strategy.


Farmer's Markets & Produce Carts: Fresh Food Pops Up

January 8th, 2015

Farmers’ markets and mobile produce vending offer “pop-up” approaches to improving access to healthy food.  This training covers some of the unique benefits of these strategies, and provides guidance for crafting right-sized policies that encourage and protect them.  Participants will learn: 1) The health, economic, and community benefits of farmers’ markets and produce carts; 2) The roles of local government in promoting successful farmers’ markets and produce carts, including market research and business assistance; 3) Model zoning and permitting strategies to promote and expand farmers’ markets and produce carts; 4) Requiring or incentivizing the acceptance of SNAP and; 5) Case studies of successful farmers’ markets and mobile vending policy implementation.


FFY19 Application Training

April 12th, 2018

This training will cover:

  1. Work Plan (per county jurisdiction)
  2. Budget (per county jurisdiction)
  3. Site Listing
  4. Signed Assurances
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FFY19 Lesson Observation Tool Training

June 19th, 2018
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Fresh Pick - Farmers Market Toolkit Webinar

November 8th, 2017

This webinar will provide SNAP-Ed Local Implementing Agencies and Collaborative Partners with an overview of Fresh Pick components.


Gardening Curricula Webinar

August 30th, 2018

The goal of this webinar is to help LIAs identify the most strategic curriculum for their community. The webinar will review and compare approved Gardening curricula and give participants and opportunity to share their expereince with the different curriculum.

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Go Nap Sacc Refresher Webinar

December 15th, 2017

This webinar reviews the Go NAP SACC tool and how to use the tool for FY18 Early Childhood efforts. 


Growing Healthier Schools: Bringing Agriculture into Classrooms, Cafeterias & Schoolyards

March 12th, 2015

Giving students the opportunity to learn about and interact with agriculture is a great way to contribute to a healthier food environment at school. This training explores policy, systems, and environmental strategies that can help to reduce childhood obesity by improving the food landscape on campus, including: federal school food guidelines; program and legal considerations when starting a school garden; and best practices in farm-to-school activities from an Arizona school district. 


Healthy Food Retail 101

June 11th, 2015

This webinar is an introduction to Healthy Food Retail and provides an overview of different approaches to changing the retail environment, including pros and cons of each approach and applicability to different communities.

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Healthy Starts Here - Healthy Retail Toolkit Webinar

November 8th, 2017

This webinar will provide SNAP-Ed Local Implementing Agencies and Collaborative Partners with an overview of Healthy Starts Here components.


Liability 101: Understanding & Overcoming Common Obstacles

February 12th, 2015

Fear of liability is one of the most common obstacles that communities encounter as they adopt and implement new strategies to improve public health.  In this session, we describe why this fear arises, debunk myths about liability, provide an overview of the legal realities around liability, and provide concrete recommendations and approaches to overcome this barrier. 

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Painting Preschool Playgrounds for Movement

December 8th, 2016

Playground stencils have been used in recent years as an innovative opportunity to increase physical activity in young children. Stencil designs are inviting, fun, and can be a solution to address barriers to physical activity at child care sites with limited space or portable playground equipment. Listen in to dive deeper into the resource Painting Preschool Playgrounds for Movement including the logistics of painting stencils on a playground, types of materials needed, as well as lessons learned and success stories.

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Seeding the City: Promoting Urban Agriculture

December 14th, 2015

Urban agriculture – including home gardens, community gardens, and urban farms – can help improve residents’ access to fresh fruits and vegetables, physical activity, and educational and entrepreneurial opportunities. While the idea of promoting urban agriculture is gaining mainstream acceptance, tricky questions often crop up: should sales be allowed? Should growing practices be regulated? What kinds of requirements for soil testing are necessary? Do ADA standards apply to urban agriculture? And what about all those live critters, like bees and chickens? This training includes practical advice and model land use strategies to support and protect urban agriculture.


SEEDS LIA Admin Role Webinar 1.23.18

February 1st, 2018

Short training to review LIA admin role capabilities.


SEEDS Phase 1 Training Webinar

October 30th, 2017

We are excited to launch the SNAP-Ed Electronic Data System (SEEDS) for the Federal Fiscal Year 2018 (FFY18). We are confident that the system will create efficiencies and enhance the experience for users.

Note: Google was used to authenticate - we did not re-record.

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SEEDS Phase 2 Release 1 Webinar

November 15th, 2017

Overview of Phase 2 Release 1 functions.

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SEEDS Phase 2.2 Webinar 1.31.18

February 1st, 2018

Overview of Phase 2.2 bug fixes and new functionality.


SEEDS Phase 3 Webinar

March 29th, 2018

This webinar covers the new features of Implementation Stage and Create Action/Partnership

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SEEDS Phase 3 Webinar: Re-recorded 05.24.18

May 25th, 2018

Re-recorded Phase 3 Webinar to allow for LIA Users to ask questions.

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Shared Use: Maximizing the Potential of School Facilities

April 4th, 2015

Communities across the country are seeking safe, accessible, and affordable places for children and their families to exercise and play. Public schools have a variety of recreational facilities—gymnasiums, playgrounds, fields, courts, and tracks—where people can engage in physical activity. In under-resourced communities, schools are often the only place to find safe and affordable recreation facilities.  Unfortunately, due to both real and perceived concerns over liability, staffing, and maintenance, these facilities are often locked during non-school hours, inaccessible to both students and the larger community.  

To secure access to these underutilized spaces, the public health community has embraced the concept of “shared use.” Shared use is most often used as a strategy to increase physical activity opportunities on school grounds, but other government agencies, community groups, and faith-based organizations are successfully implementing shared use arrangements as well.  This training introduces the topic of shared use, identifies ways for public health professionals to get involved with shared use efforts, and explores how shared use agreements and policies can address common barriers such as liability.

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Social Media and Technology Study Webinar

November 8th, 2017

The purpose of the 2017 Social Media and Technology Study was to obtain more current information about media and technology access and use among the SNAP-Ed target audience and to dive a little deeper into Social Media.The information from this study will inform communications strategies for both state and local level social marketing and program implementation.


State and Local Messaging Webinar 9.14.17

October 26th, 2017

This webinar presented the research behind the new branding of the Arizona Nutrition Network to the AZ Health Zone.

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Stencil Webinar Q&A

December 29th, 2016

Structured Recess Webinar

July 17th, 2018

This webinar will provide SNAP-Ed LIAs with an overview of Structured Recess. The webinar explains the process for structured recess in schools, gives examples of structured recess in schools and how to implement structured recess

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Sugary Drinks: Strategies to Reduce Consumption in Your Community

May 14th, 2015

Public health experts have identified sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) as major contributors to poor diet and rising obesity rates.  Many communities and states have proposed or implemented various strategies to reduce consumption, from public education campaigns to portion size restrictions.  Other communities and states are just getting started in their path to reduce SSB consumption among residents. In this webinar ChangeLab Solutions will discuss the entire spectrum of strategies for communities and states to consider, organized in a sequence that we have seen many places follow. We will also discuss emerging strategies, including SSB warning labels.