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Northern Valley Catholic Social Services (NVCSS) CalFresh Healthy Living (CFHL) program partnered with the Enterprise Elementary School District, Fork Farms, Shasta College Corp, and Providence Greenhouses to establish gardens, hydroponics, and greenhouses at every school in the district.
Northern Valley Catholic Social Services (NVCSS) CalFresh Healthy Living (CFHL) program worked with 7 schools in a Shasta County school district to implement a food waste reduction, recovery, and redistribution program.
Utah State University Create Better Health (Utah SNAP-Ed) developed the Captain Create mascot and YouTube channel as a tool for teaching children about healthy food choices and the importance of physical activity.
More kids across Kansas are being physically active during school since receiving a Physical Activity Bundle. Kids are learning healthy habits and how to have fun with physical activity, thanks to the Kansas SNAP-Ed program.
Text2LiveHealthy is a nutrition and physical activity text message outreach program funded by USDA, SNAP-Ed. The focus of the program is to provide nutrition and physical activity education to SNAP eligible communities.
Create Better Health (Utah SNAP-Ed) adapted the Thumbs Up nudge program, titled Create Healthy Choices (CHC), to better partner with rural food pantries and extend the impact of the program through online training videos.
Partnership supporting nutrition incentive programs at Farmers’ Markets increased access to healthy food for The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/CalFresh recipients and generated over $618,000 in revenue for local farms.