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AHA Partners Discuss and Tour Local Food Systems

Chard is one of the vegetables children at Raleigh Nursery School, a child care center in Raleigh, have planted to enjoy in their meals. Raleigh Nursery School participates in the Wake Preventing Obesity by Design work by Natural Learning Initiatives and participated in the 2013 Farm to Child Care pilot.

Chard is one of the vegetables children at Raleigh Nursery School, a child care center in Raleigh, have planted to enjoy in their meals. Raleigh Nursery School participates in the Wake Preventing Obesity by Design work by Natural Learning Initiatives and participated in the 2013 Farm to Child Care pilot.

AHA held its Quarterly Partnership Meeting today featuring Emerging Local Food Systems in Wake. Many thanks to our guest speakers who shared their expertise!

Several powerpoint presentations are posted here, as well as a handout of maps illustrating the growth of local foods access county-wide.

Visit AHA’s Facebook page to see more photos from the meeting.

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