Every stage in the food system impacts the foods we eat in New Hampshire every day. The food system includes every process involved in feeding a community: growing, harvesting, packaging, transporting, marketing, selling, consuming and disposing of food and food packaging. These "Healthy Foods" resources focus on policy and environmental approaches to help create healthy food and eating environments in New Hampshire communities with the ultimate goal of providing every resident of the state access to affordable, fresh and healthy foods.
Seacoast Eat Local
Seacoast Eat Local connects people with sources of locally grown foods and advocates eating locally for the health of our environment, community, culture and economy.
Lakes Region Partnerships for Public Health
The Lakes Region project will target HEAL interventions where individuals and families live, learn, work and play.
Caring Community Network of the Twin Rivers
One of fourteen public health networks across the state of New Hampshire, providing community needs assessment and health improvement planning. CCNTR brings people together to help them make a difference for an individual, a family, a town or the region.
NH WIC Nutrition Program
Fit WIC is a program to increase the physical activity of preschoolers every day, by providing age-appropriate physical play ideas and activities.
Healthy Schools NH (Changing the Scene)
Healthy Schools NH partners with New Hampshire schools that have a high population of low-income students and that want to improve their school nutrition and physical activity environments to enhance children's health.
Foundation for Healthy Communities 5210 Program
A statewide public education campaign to bring awareness to the daily guidelines for nutrition and physical activity. Its message is simple and clear and represents some of the most important steps families can take to prevent childhood obesity.
NH Eat Local
Find NH grown food and local events.
Center for Active Living & Healthy Communities
The Center aims to enhance active living, health and wellness in New Hampshire's North Country and Lakes Region through education, research and community partnerships.
The Carsey Institute at UNH conducts policy research on vulnerable children, youth, and families and on sustainable community development. They give policy makers and practitioners the timely, independent resources they need to effect change in their communities.
NH Ag In The Classroom
Using agriculture as a vehicle to teach science in order to increase awareness and knowledge in youth farming practices.
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