Much will be decided with and through the grantees and the larger stakeholder audience. We need to have enough information that we can help to life the field of food policy councils in general and to try to engage other donors to the fund. Learning is the critical piece of this and recognizing that systems change can be quiet and small. Each group take a baseline with a Food Policy Council Self- Assessment tool, which will be sent out to all our members to weigh in on a series of criteria for how the food policy functions. This will be taken at the beginning and the end of the program with the intent that the councils can use the responses internally and for the IAC to assess how the cohort did as a whole.