Together with supporters like you, we bring together health practitioners, employers, schools, hospitals, farmers, and others interested in connecting the dots between health care, wellness, and locally grown food, to open dialogue and idea-sharing, and inspire a new and healthier food culture.
Farms, Food & Health Conference
The Farms, Food & Health Conference brings together professionals from the worlds of health care and food systems to examine the connection between health care, wellness and locally grown food. Learn more about the conference here.
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Farms, Food & Health News
Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed HB 4411, the $17.1 billion K-12 budget, into law yesterday afternoon, surrounded by students and faculty at East Kentwood High School. The bill accounts for the largest single-year School Aid Fund budget ever passed by the state, and...
Groundwork recently launched Building Resilient Communities (BRC), a program designed to increase the amount of nutritious, locally grown food served in community-focused sites throughout northwest Michigan. BRC aims to increase community health while building...
Connecting local food to our regional healthcare providers is the goal for Groundwork’s Farms, Food & Health program
From the earliest days of our Farms, Food & Health program—with its emphasis on culinary medicine methods—we have worked closely with physicians and other medical professionals to spread the word about the importance of cooking and eating nutritionally rich,...