In order to keep investors and sponsors supporting this work to build a healthier food system in Arizona, we need your help. Please complete this survey with as much accuracy and detail as possible. This helps us grow the event, keep ticket prices low, and better help you and your peers in the years to come. 

As business changes, connections flourish, and new opportunities emerge, please keep in touch and let us know what comes from your participation.

We're grateful for your leadership & for all you do!

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* 1. On a scale from 1 (poor) - 100 (outstanding), how would you rate this event overall?

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i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 2. What best describes your role in the food system?

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* 3. At the Forum, did you:

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Learn new strategies to help strengthen your enterprise?
Gain information that will help your enterprise become more environmentally sustainable?
Meet a potential customer, buyer, or other business contact?
Connect with a potential mentor/mentee?
Feel connected with the greater local food community?

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* 4. Which sessions were most valuable to you? Choose all that apply.

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* 5. Did you leave the Forum feeling like there are some changes you can make, or relationships you can leverage to support your enterprise? If so, what are they?
(i.e. I connected with Maya Dailey at the Farm to School roundtable and am becoming a member of Sun Produce so I can sell my produce to schools, too!)

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* 6. If someone was on the fence about attending next year, what would you tell them?

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* 7. Is the majority of your income from food-related business?

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* 8. Do you plan to apply for funding to grow your business in the next year?

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* 9. Is there anything else you'd like to share about the event?

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* 10. Please leave your contact information if you're open to chatting with us more about your experience at the Food & Farm Forum.

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