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 […]
17 AmeriCorps Fellows working with LifeLong Medical graduated from FSTP this week. The group was energetic and passionate about serving patients in their community. And bravo to LifeLong Medical, a healthcare provider that clearly sees food as medicine!
Anna facilitated her **first** FSTP in Stanislaus County last week. Her RD knowledge and bubbly personality were both a hit! We graduated 12 participants representing local agencies that lead cooking and nutrition education for community members. To learn more about our trainings, visit our NEW site.
Happiness is finding a CDPH poster at SNEB highlighting effective curricula and seeing how well Food Smarts performed!
When the last bell rang on Friday releasing students for the weekend in south San Diego, kindergarteners, first graders, and second graders sprinted out from their classrooms and into the school garden. Early arrivers excitedly argued over who got to water the plants with the giant garden hose first. More students skipped in with big grins, eager […]
by Monica Bhagwan On May 21st and 22nd, Leah’s Pantry hosted its twice-yearly Food Smarts Training Program (FSTP). Our partner, the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank graciously hosted us for two full and engaging days. FSTP is an opportunity for Leah’s Pantry to share the knowledge we have acquired and the curriculum we have developed over […]