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The Palms Inn Garden: Sowing Seeds, Harvesting Hope

Jan 10, 2021

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa has supported garden revitalization efforts at a local housing site, providing residents with hope and purpose in addition to the fresh grown produce. The garden has already transformed the lives of several residents, and it is only getting started.

Community Garden Increases Access to Fresh Produce in Houma, Louisiana

Oct 12, 2020

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Live Healthy Houma, a community coalition led by the LSU AgCenter, transformed a local park in Houma, Louisiana into a community garden. The project began in January of 2019. LSU AgCenter staff held a local public forum to find out what could be done to make the community healthier.

 

Let's Play Bingo!

Oct 12, 2020

Oregon SNAP-ED (Food Hero) is helping families build healthy habits outside of school through bingo! They have had successful bingo projects, first with the Spring Break Bingo (SBB) and then Bingo at Home.

The Dish: Real Talk About Food

Oct 07, 2020

Imagine learning about nutrition where you want it, when you want it, even right on your phone! Families in Nebraska and South Dakota are doing just that with The Dish: Real Talk About Food. The Dish is series of 25 short, interactive eLearning micro-lessons. Each lesson helps to improve the health, well-being, and resilience of families.

The Dish: Real Talk About Food

Oct 07, 2020

Imagine learning about nutrition where you want it, when you want it, even right on your phone! Families in Nebraska and South Dakota are doing just that with The Dish: Real Talk About Food. The Dish is series of 25 short, interactive eLearning micro-lessons. Each lesson helps to improve the health, well-being, and resilience of families.

Let's Ride! Let’s Eat Healthy! Let’s Have Fun!

Jul 27, 2020

Kids in Jefferson Parish Louisiana are riding their bikes and eating more veggies! Not only did this group of 4th and 5th grade students at Washington STEM Elementary School (WES) learn how to safely ride a bicycle, change and repair a tire tube and read a map, they had fun doing it! The students were proud of their accomplishments, with their teachers and coaches encouraging them, and they learned the importance of physical activity.