MFF works directly with SNAP-Ed Partners to measure changes in fruit and vegetable intake and physical activity behaviors from year-to-year statewide. The evaluation data collected across Partner programs are aggregated annually in order to assess the impact of statewide SNAP-Ed programming on helping Michigan youth and adults meet the recommendations for fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity over time.

The MFF Statewide Evaluation Assessment Handbooks provide guidance for survey administration, handling surveys and returning completed surveys. Please read these before you begin administering surveys for your program.

Year-End Progress Report Resources