Funding for this research was provided by:
National Institute of Food and Agriculture (2015-41210-24205)
Received: 1 December 2017
Accepted: 28 November 2018
First Online: 17 December 2018
: R.R. is an Associate Professor with 30 years of experience conducting research and outreach involving Hispanic farmworkers. He has research, outreach, and teaching responsibilities in community economic development.B.L. is a Senior Extension Educator currently serving as the Family and Consumer Sciences Educator in Ionia County. During her 15-year career with Michigan State University Extension, she has been responsible for planning, promoting, conducting, and evaluating education programs across numerous education topics. As current co-chair of the Financial and Homeownership work team, she is instrumental in developing and/or training for regional and statewide programs that enhance county programs.
: The project team consulted with the Michigan State University Institutional Review Board prior to the start of the project. The Human Research Protection Program waived IRB approval. Consent forms to participate in the evaluation survey and to produce and put on the web YouTube videos were administered in English and Spanish, depending on the preference of the participant. Parents signed the consent form for children under the age of 18 to participate in the demonstration project.
: This manuscript does not contain identifying information from any individual’s survey. Nevertheless, there is a YouTube link in the text. The YouTube videos contain images of some of the participants. However, written informed consent for uploading the videos online was secured during the recruitment process from the adult participants and the parents of the participants below the age of 18.
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