Check out this recipe video that youth from ArtsTech Academy at University City High School created for the EatFresh.org Corn, Blueberry, and Wild Rice Salad. It’s amazing!
We cooked, talked trauma-informed nutrition education, and ran through more Food Smarts activities than we can remember. Participants ranged from women working with after school programs, to mothers who volunteer for the organization and even others who are starting their own schools! This group is committed to making East Palo Alto a healthier and more […]
Every year, all of the Local Implementing Agencies (LIAs) that receive funding to provide nutrition education to CalFresh-eligible populations gather to collaborate and transform the work we do. This year, Monica and Adrienne presented on our new trauma-informed curriculum, Around the Table. Danielle and Monica also hosted an Exhibitor Table to spread the good word […]
Adrienne has spent the day at the Food Futures Workshop at the IDEO.org office in New York City. The workshop is sponsored by the UN World Food Programme Innovation Accelerator and is focused on generating ideas for urban food security in Daar Es Salaam.
Leah’s Pantry had a blast supporting youth from the ArtsTech Academy at University City High School with the production of an EatFresh.org video this week. One of the students had never cooked anything in his life; he was proud of himself, and genuinely shocked that the Corn, Blueberry and Wild Rice salad tasted good!
Ruthi, who is 8 months pregnant(!!), spoke and tabled at the Sacramento Food Bank Agency Conference. As a panelist on Safe & Nutritious Food as a Human Right session, she shared about client-centered, trauma-informed nutrition security. We were thrilled by the high interest in NPP.