Register Today! The HEAL Conference serves as a gathering to celebrate, learn, and engage with people in New Hampshire working to promote and support improved access to healthy foods and safe places to play and be active. With this meeting we will celebrate the progress of NH communities, introduce NH’s new Healthy People Healthy Places Plan, and strengthen and forge new partnerships to further advance the work.
HEAL NH will hold this training titled "How to Make Local Projects Safer and More Accessible for Pedestrians and Bicyclists" to local municipal volunteers, planners, public works officials, engineers, public health advocates and others.
Concord Monitor: Under a new initiative, the food pantry is turning to local farmers and gardeners in the hopes they will donate their surplus fruit, vegetables or produce.
Fastcoexist.com: Investing in a network of fully separated bike lanes could save cities huge sums in the long-term. But too little investment in wimpy infrastructure could actually decrease enthusiasm for cycling.