It was so wonderful to see the Washington State University Extension Team in action. In 2018, we trained them on how to run Food Smarts Workshop series. After a year under their belt, they’re leading their own trainings! Here is Terry talking about Food Demo Best Practices to community health advocates. It was so fun […]
Congrats to the eight graduates of FSTP in Fresno this week. It was a small but mighty group! Thanks for Fresno County Department of Public Health for bringing us to the Central Valley. We are thrilled to have you all as partners.
The following workshops are open to the public, in partnership with Fresh Approach (click the link to see additional classes offered by Fresh Approach). Each week, Leah’s Pantry staff will share about how to reduce household food waste and preserve food, tips on composting, and some favorite recipes. Participants can come to one week or […]
We LOVE our Northern California Partners. Last week, we graduated 25 partners from our Food Smarts Training Program in Redding. They were such an engaged and knowledgeable group. We look forward to staying in touch as they implement Food Smarts, EatFresh.org, and partner with us on our trauma-informed work down the road. Thanks to Northern […]
We had an inspiring group of women from Palomar Health join us for our Food Smarts Training Program (FSTP) last week. We trained their multi-disciplinary team on how to use Food Smarts with patients and their families in their Pediatric Obesity Clinic. We ended the day with a bit of learning ourselves as their team […]
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!