Thank you for your interest in the online book Moving to the Future: Nutrition and Physical Activity Program Planning (Moving to the Future).
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- Online text is the content in chapters one through five that is not in a downloadable file.
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ASTPHND does not claim copyright on some of the content in the online book. Those materials not copyright protected include:
- Two downloadable files in Chapter 1: Using Focus Groups handouttip sheet and Perceived Needs Summaryexample report.
- The four timeline template downloadable files in Chapter 4.
- Any work prepared by a government office or employee. For example, the local, state, and national plans listed in Chapter 3 are not copyright protected.
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