22 Indigenous-Led Organizations Working Toward Social Justice
The Cherokee come from a tradition of health and agriculture, but today Cherokee adults are twice as likely to be obese as other North Carolinians. Our local partner Cherokee Choices and it’s farm to school program are working to empower the Cherokee to take back their health.
This fall, pending funding, we’ll be partnering with Edible Schoolyard NYC to connect New Yorkers to real food and help them grow up healthy!
“Stories can sometimes get at the complexity of the impact we’re having in a way that numbers don’t always show.” — Jerusha Klemperer, FoodCorps Co-founder FoodTalks is an evening of stories about farm to school in action. We’ve had this evening three years in a row now, and we’re pleased to be able to share … Continued
C&S Wholesale Grocers Announces National Support of FoodCorps
Mar 17, 2015 – Commitment Will Expand Healthier School Food Programs
Happy 5th Anniversary, Let’s Move! First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! program has helped kids eat healthier and be more active so they can reach all their dreams. To celebrate the fifth anniversary, I am challenging YOU to #GimmeFive examples of how you are changing your habits to lead a healthier life. Do you walk to school or work? Have you … Continued