Nourishing Change Archive

Nourishing Change is a space to share critical thoughts around the systemic change that needs to happen to end hunger and transform the emergency food system. 

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November 2018

  • The Power of Narrative Change: From Charity to Social Justice
  • Partner Talk: Dismantling Narratives Around Hunger
  • Try Out these Questions for Discussion in Your Organization
  • What We’re Reading
  • Resources
  • Take Action!

February 2018

  • The Power of Narrative Change: From Charity to Social Justice
  • WhyHunger Narrative Change Snapshot Results
  • Try Out these Questions for Discussion in Your Organization
  • Partner Talk: The Importance of Narrative Change
  • What We’re Reading
  • Resources

November 2017

  • Intersectionality and the Right to Food
  • Partner Talk: Let’s Talk about Intersectionality
  • Organizations to learn from & connect with
  • Resources

August 2017

  • A Healthy Nation and the Right to Food
  • Food Desert vs. Food Apartheid: Structural Racism and Defining the Real Problem of Food Access
  • Housing Instability and Food Security: The Role of Advocacy
  • Veggie Buses: Food Access on the Move
  • Partner Talk on Hunger and Health
  • Resources

May 2017

  • Immigration and the Right to Food
  • Accessibility
  • Availability
  • Sustainability
  • What We’re Reading
  • Resources
  • Organizations on the Frontlines

February 2017

  • Announcing..The New and Re-Imagined Nourishing Change Newsletter!
  • Accessibility
  • Availability
  • Sustainability

December 2016

  • 2016 Year In Review
  • Fight for $15 has brought $62 billion in raises and counting to underpaid workers
  • Obesity and Hunger Are Twin Crises
  • Maryland Grown Series
  • Help Update the Find Food Database

November 2016

  • 31st Annual Hungerthon Campaign Kicks Off
  • Stand with Standing Rock
  • School Breakfast At Half Century.
  • Connecting Hunger and Health in Brooklyn & Beyond
  • Food Workers Scramble to Put Food on Their Tables
  • Report: Hunger on Campus
  • Help Update the Find Food Database

October 2016

  • What’s wrong with the way we calculate poverty in the United States?
  • Where do poverty myths come from?
  • The States and Stakes of Poverty In The U.S.A
  • Poverty Is a Product of the Institutions We Have in Society
  • The Geography of U.S. Inequality
  • Government Food Programs Can Actually Help Poor Families Eat Healthier
  • Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality
  • Report: Income inequality in the U.S. by state, metropolitan area, and county
  • The High Cost of Being Poor in the U.S.
  • Report: Food Hardship in America: Households with Children Especially Hard Hit
  • “Busted: America’s Poverty Myths”, a new series from On the Media

September 2016

  • Importance of addressing the Food System in Politics
  • Vote to End Hunger
  • Plate of the Union
  • “Where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Land on Food and Farming Issues”
  • “Why Have the Presidential Candidates Ignored America’s Food Issues?”
  • “The Presidential Candidates Still Aren’t Talking About Our Food Supply”
  • “Donald Trump Doesn’t Understand Food”
  • Representative McGovern’s attention to hunger
  • HeadCount partners with WhyHunger
  • How to Vote in Every State
  • Report: The Impact of a $15 Minimum Wage on Hunger in America
  • Help Update the Find Food Database

August 2016

  • Will online ordering benefit SNAP recipients?
  • More access to food assistance for drug felons
  • “Special Report: Hunger in Venezuela? A Look Beyond the Spin”
  • “Urgent farming support needed amid rampant food insecurity in parts of north-east Nigeria”
  • The Movement for Black Lives: Policy Demands for Black Power, Freedom & Justice, including the right to healthy food and water
  • “Why This Food Bank is Turning Away Junk Food”
  • “Twenty Years After Welfare Reform: Reflections and Recommendations from Those Who Were There”
  • Report: Making Food Systems Part of Your Community Health Needs

July 2016

  • Choosing healthy food over junk food?
  • What does the United States GMO Bill mean?
  • 2016 World Social Forum: Another World Is Needed, Together It’s Possible!
  • “Food, Farming & the 2016 Election: A Conversation with Marion Nestle”
  • “2015 Was a Deadly Year for Environmental Activists”
  • Report: From Uniformity to Diversity: A paradigm shift from industrial agriculture to diversified agroecological practices
  • UCSC Farm & Garden Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture

June 2016

  • Twitter Chat: Summer Meals Essential to Kids’ Well-Being
  • Be a Rock Star- Support Summer Meals for Kids
  • “Ending Childhood Hunger in the Summer Is A Snap”
  • Voter Turnout Matters to our Nation’s Food Policy
  • Hundreds of Thousands to Lose Their SNAP Benefits
  • “Race and Corporate Power in the US Food System: Examining the Farm Bill”
  • “Stop Trying To Solve Hunger with Corporate Food Waste”
  • New Community Eligibility Database for the 2016-2017 school year
  • “Boosting SNAP Benefits Would Improve Diets of Low-Income of Households”
  • Report: Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation
  • The SNAP-Ed Library

May 2016

  • Improving Child Nutrition and Education?
  • The Paris Agreement Does Not Go Far Enough
  • Food Justice Voices: What Ferguson Means for the Food Justice Movement: Issue 5
  • The Good Food Now Campaign
  • “Why US-Cuba Relations Won’t End Cuba’s Alternative Agriculture Movement”
  • Report: A Shared Sentence: The Devastating Toll of Parental Incarceration on Kids, Families and Communities
  • Journal: Labor in the food system, from Farm to Table
  • Report: Kids on the Frontline: How pesticides are undermining the health of rural children
  • Real Food Films Winners

April 2016

  • Are new laws that increase food insecurity being enacted?
  • Ending Childhood Hunger In The Summer Is A SNAP
  • “USDA rules would increase food stamp access to healthy foods”
  • The Grim Reason Equal Pay Day Is Held On April 12″
  • 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge
  • Report: Community Eligibility Adoption Rises for the 2015-2016 School Year
  • Racial Justice Trainings

March 2016

  • Reflections on the 2016 National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference: Political Will Required to End Hunger
  • A Health Diet to Fight Lead Exposure
  • The Campaign for Fair Food announces National Boycott of Wendy’s
  • “Huge Victory: Senate Rejects the DARK Act”
  • “The Concentration of Poverty in American Schools”
  • “The Black Panther: A Food Justice Story”
  • Food First’s series on “Dismantling Racism in the Food System”
  • Periodical: “Food Insecurity among Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylees”
  • Report: “Beyond The Hashtags: #Ferguson, #BlackLivesMatter, and the online struggle for offline justice”

February 2016

  • Introducing WhyHunger’s New Texting Service to Find Food
  • What I Learned From My Mom about Stigma, The Food System and Hope
  • Webinar: Tackling Hunger through Organizing & Advocacy
  • What the Media is Getting Wrong about the SNAP 3-Month Time Limit
  • Closing the Hunger Gap Request for Proposals for 2017
  • Religion, the Environment and how it affects Indigenous Communities
  • “The Hidden Hunger on College Campuses”
  • “Our economy for the 1% is bad news for most Americans, but particularly Americans of color”
  • Exploring Stories of Innovation series
  • Report: Fixing Food: Fresh Solutions from Five U.S. Cities

January 2016

  • Special Report: America’s Food Banks Say Charity Won’t End Hunger
  • Pediatricians Are Screening for Hunger
  • Food Justice Voices: What Ferguson Means for the Food Justice Movement: Issue 2
  • Unclean water affecting those most food insecure in Flint, MI
  • Oh SNAP!
  • Black Farmers in the Organic Movement
  • Agricultural Apartheid is Alive and Well in South Africa: 14 Million People are Hungry
  • Webinar on FEAST (Food, Education, Agriculture Solutions Together)
  • Dietary Guidelines for Americans for 2015-2020
  • Report: Freedom from Hunger: An Achievable Goal for the United States of America
  • Annual Adjustment to Summer Meals Reimbursement Rates

December 2015

  • COP 21: Climate Justice is Social Justice
  • A Path Forward: Innovations at the Intersection of Hunger & Health Guide
  • “Counting on Agroecology: Why We Should Invest More in the Transition to Sustainable Agriculture”
  • Report: The Nourishing Effect: Ending Hunger, Improving Health, Reducing Inequality
  • Report: Climate Change, Global Food Security, and the U.S. Food System Assessment
  • Report: Long-Term Benefits of the Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  • Hunger Volunteer Connection
  • 2016 John Kinsman Beginning Farmer Food Sovereignty Prize

November 2015

  • WhyHunger’s 30th Hungerthon Campaign Kicks Off
  • A Path Forward: Innovations at the Intersection of Hunger & Health Guide
  • What’s the Harm in Drug Testing Welfare Recipients?
  • The Street Vendor Project & the Lift the Caps Campaign
  • Transforming Food Access Summit: Accelerating Affordability with Nutrition Incentives
  • Changing The Food Chain: An Action Map For Food Chain Workers & Organizations
  • Food Banks as Partners in Health Promotion: Creating Connections for Client & Community Health Report
  • The US Farm Bill: Corporate Power and Structural Racialization in the US Food System Report

October 2015

  • Right to Food and Nutrition Watch: Peoples’ Nutrition Is Not a Business
  • Food is a Right, Not an Act of Charity
  • Building a National Agenda for Black Food and Land
  • Rise Up! Organizing in Emergency Food Programs Guide
  • Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (JAFSCD)
  • Amp Your Good’s Real Food Drive Campaign
  • Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive (FINI) Grant Program
  • Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarships
  • Help Update the Find Food Database
  • Hungerthon 2015

September 2015

  • Rise Up! Organizing in Emergency Food Programs Guide
  • Food Justice Voices: What Ferguson Means for the Food Justice Movement: Issue 1
  • Webinar: Leveraging Healthcare Funding to Build Healthier Communities
  • Webinar: Basic Income-Giving Canadians a Solid Floor to Stand On
  • Black U.S. Farmers, Honduran Afro-Indigenous Share Food Sovereignty Prize
  • “Rebooting Food and Community in New Orleans After Katrina”
  • “School Food: It’s a Challenge and an Opportunity”
  • “Is Pope Francis a Radical?”
  • Closing The Hunger Gap

August 2015

  • Rooted in Community [RIC] Hosts its 17th Annual Youth Leadership Summit
  • Fight For 15: Next Steps
  • Report Back on the Spanish Democratic Revolution
  • The Healthy Food Bank Hub
  • Are Hospital Farms the Next Big Thing in Healthcare Reform?
  • The Impact of Racism on the Health and Well-Being of the Nation: A Webinar Series by APHA
  • “Temptation at Checkout: The Food Industry’s Sneaky Strategy for Selling More” Report

July 2015

  • Youth Food Justice Zine
  • The Right to Food: Power, Policy, and Politics in the 21st Century
  • How to Reclaim The “Commons” at the US Social Forum
  • Register for the Closing The Hunger Gap Conference
  • Building a Community of Practice Around Hunger and Health
  • Is Waste Really the Answer?
  • Friends of the Earth Releases “Spinning Food” Report
  • FRAC’s “Hunger Doesn’t Take a Vacation” Report
  • Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and SNAP Employment and Training Webinar
  • Whole Measures for Community Food Projects Webinar
  • Help Update the Find Food Database

June 2015

  • Social Movement Delegation to Spain
  • Scholarships for Closing the Hunger Gap Conference
  • Come to the Table Summit
  • Testimony to the National Commission on Hunger in the US
  • Summer Food Service Program 2015
  • New Report Debunks Walmart’s Claims of Sustainability and Fairness in Its Food Supply Chain
  • Logic Models as a Comprehensive Tool for Attaining Programmatic Success

May 2015

  • Who Banks on Food Banks?
  • New Series! WhyHunger Farmer Profiles
  • Poverty, Trauma and Resilience
  • Community Food Projects: Planning & Community Engagement Strategies
  • How Hungry is America? Report
  • WhyHunger Chapin Awards Gala
  • Help Update the Find Food Database

April 2015

  • WhyHunger Launches Agroecology Publication
  • How Can the Right to Food Inform Emergency Food in the US? Webinar Posted
  • Help Update the Find Food Database
  • USDA Promotes Healthy Recipes
  • Social Justice For Lunch
  • Specialty Food Foundation Grant Application

March 2015

  • Webinar: How Can the Right to Food Inform Emergency Food?
  • Hunger and Health at the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference
  • Chant Down Babylon: Building Relationship, Leadership and Power in the Food Justice Movement
  • Call for Submissions: Youth Food Justice Zine
  • The Maya Wiley Fellowship Program

February 2015

  • Closing the Hunger Gap Conference Now Accepting Workshop Session Proposals
  • Surplus and Suffering: Book Review of First World Hunger Revisited
  • Incentivizing Food Waste
  • Webinar: How Can the Right to Food Inform Emergency Food in the US?
  • Race & Ethnicity Matter: Understanding Childhood Obesity through the Lens of Health Equity & Justice
  • The Importance of Nonprofit Hospitals

January 2015

  • WhyHunger Announces New Executive Director
  • Closing the Hunger Gap Conference Now Accepting Workshop Session Proposals
  • Hunger Is Provides $1.3 Million in National Grants
  • A Framework for Assessing Effects of the Food System
  • Race & Ethnicity Matter: Understanding Childhood Obesity through the Lens of Health Equity & Justice
  • Right to Food and Nutrition Watch
  • 4 Innovative Community Food Projects Empowering Low-Income Residents
  • Is Faith Necessary for Social Justice?
  • 2015 Summer Meals Webinar Series
  • SNAP Resources
  • Crowdfunding with Barnraiser

December 2014

  • Name Change: Nourish Network for the Right to Food
  • Stories from the WhyHunger Hotline: Searching for Healthier Food Options
  • Hunger and Medication Underuse
  • What We’re Reading Now: What Ferguson Can Teach the Food Movement
  • Agroecological Approaches to Poverty, Migration and Landlessness
  • 2014 U.S. Conference of Mayors Survey on Hunger and Homelessness

November 2014

  • Stories from the Hotline: Starting Over
  • Join Us for Hungerthon 2014!
  • In New Jersey, Food Changes Lives
  • Food as Medicine
  • Technical assistance for Community Food Project applicants and grantees

October 2014

  • Survey: Emergency Food Providers and Advocacy
  • Closing the Hunger Gap: Cultivating Food Justice
  • Why Wages Matter in the Fight Against Hunger
  • Nutrition Assistance In Farmers Markets: Understanding the Shopping Patterns of SNAP Participants
  • Healthy Incentives Pilot: Final Evalution Report
  • WhyHunger’s Community Learning Project
  • Letters From Our Readers

September 2014

  • Survey– Moving Beyond Charity: Who’s at the Table and What’s on the Table
  • WhyHunger’s Community Learning Project
  • What We’re Reading Now: Racial Justice
  • Help for Seniors and People with Disabilities through SNAP’s Excess Medical Expense Deduction
  • National Hunger Data Released: WhyHunger Calls for Long-Term Change
  • SNAP Employment and Training Program

August 2014

  • What We’re Reading Now: Three Steps to Solve Poverty
  • WhyHunger Launches Storytelling Site
  • Race and the Food System Reports

July 2014

  • WhyHunger’s Community Learning Project
  • Community Voices
  • Under the Mango Tree: New Documentary
  • Why Movement Building is Necessary in the Fight Against Hunger

June 2014

  • Bruce Springsteen Kicks Off Summer Meals Rock For Kids Campaign with WhyHunger
  • Beyond Bread: Healthy Food Sourcing in Emergency Food Programs
  • Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/day
  • Senior Hunger on the Rise in America: Annual Report

May 2014

  • WhyHunger Launches Beyond Bread
  • WhyHunger Launches New Online Resource
  • Where Do SNAP Dollars Go?
  • Map the Meal Gap Report

April 2014

  • Summer Meals App: Range
  • Closing the Hunger Gap Report
  • Hunger and Health: Access to Good Food as Preventive Medicine
  • College and University Food Bank Alliance
  • School Grants for Healthy Kids

March 2014

  • New Study Reveals Hunger Makes Seniors Sick 
  • LGBT People are Disproportionately Food Insecure
  • Peer-to-Peer Learning: Nourishing Connections
  • Getting to Grocery: Tools for Attracting Healthy Food Retail to Underserved Neighborhoods
  • Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert
  • Hunger Seder
  • Lenten Resource: 40 Days for Food Justice

February 2014

  • Community Building in Austin (site visits to The Sustainable Food Center, Mobile Loaves and Fishes, and the One World Everybody Eats Summit)
  • Gearing up for Summer Meals
  • Oregon Food Bank’s Community Food Systems Presentation
  • Let’s Cook Healthy School Meals Cookbook from Peoject Bread
  • The National Diaper Bank Network
  • Summer Meals Grants

January 2014

  • Shriver Report on Financial Insecurity Among American Women and Children
  • Vermont FEED New School Cookbook
  • Doctors Say Cutting Food Stamps Could Backfire
  • US Conference of Mayors Hunger & Homelessness Report

December 2013

  • Ten Ways to Help End Hunger
  • Millions Struggle to Eat While Congress Considers More SNAP Cuts
  • The Ingredients for Change: Elijah’s Promise
  • Healthy Food Donation Initiative Resources
  • The Healthy Food Financing Handbook
  • Study Shows Strong Nutrition Education Can Lead to Healthier Food Choices by SNAP Recipients

November 2013

  • “The Fundraising Letter I’d Like to Receive” by Mark Winne 
  • Beyond Emergency Food: Thoughts from Both Sides of the Border
  • EatFresh: Healthy Living on a Budget
  • Community Impact Analysis: SNAP Cuts by County and State
  • Healthy Food Bank Hub
  • Edible Education Resources from the Edible Schoolyard Project

October 2013

  • Building Resilience After a Hurricane: The Shore Soup Project and Rockaway Rescue Alliance
  • What We’re Reading Now: The Stop: How the Fight for Good Food Transformed a Community and Inspired a Movement by Nick Saul and Andrea Curtis 
  • Closing the Hunger Gap Conference Materials: Information and Presentations
  • Amplifying Social Media: Thunderclap
  • FoodBank Manager Database Software
  • SuperFood Drive: PDF Resources for Hosting a Healthy Food Drive

September 2013

  • Roots and Remedies Gathering
  • What We’re Reading Now: Eat, Drink, Vote: An Illustrated Guide to Food Politics by Marion Nestle
  • Share Our Strength – Put School Breakfast on the Map
  • New Organizing Institute Tip of the Day
  • USDA Report Shows No Change in Levels of Food Insecurity
  • Grassroots Fundraising Tips and Other Resources

August 2013

  • SNAP Advocacy Resource Roundup, including SNAP Myths and 1 in 24 Bags of Food Infographic
  • The Pod Knowledge Exchange, Community Food Centres Canada’s Online Learning Network
  • Food and Nutrition Coalition Launches New Website:
  • Wage and Income Inequality Interactive Website from the Economic Policy Institute
  • Ten Tips Nutrition Education Materials
  • USDA FNCS Recipe Box – Hundreds of Low-Cost Recipes in One Location

July 2013

  • High in the Sky: Rooftop Farming in Hell’s Kitchen
  • A History of the Emergency Food in the US Prezi
  • Sesame Workshop Educational Toolkits: Food for Thought: Healthy Eating on a Budget and Healthy Habits for Life

June 2013

  • A History of the Emergency Food in the US Prezi
  • 2013 Harry Chapin Self-Reliance Award Winners Video
  • World Hunger Fact Sheet
  • Nourishing Change: Fulfilling the Right to Food in the United States, a report from the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at the NYU School of Law
  • Materials from the California Association of Food Banks Conference

May 2013

  • Video of Food Pantry Volunteers Union Singing “50 Ways to Close the Food Bank”
  • Filemaker Bento Client Data Management Software
  • Bridges Out of Poverty Training to Address and Reduce Poverty in a Comprehensive Way

April 2013

  • National Helping Individuals with Criminal Records Re-Enter Through Employment (H.I.R.E.) Network
  • Share Our Strength Summer Meals Survey Findings
  • Facilitating Change in the Food Justice Movement – Recommendations for Grassroots Solutions
  • Evaluation of “Healthy Options, Healthy Meals Initiative,” a collaboration among MAZON, Kaiser Permanente, the Atkins Center, and 12 Food Banks
  • What We’re Reading Now: Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us by Michael Moss

March 2013

  • Food Sovereignty for All: Overhauling the Food System with Faith-Based Initiatives
  • Come to the Table: How People of Faith Can Relieve Hunger and Sustain Local Farms in North Carolina
  • Race and the Food System Food Security Learning Center Topic
  • The Directors of A Place at the Table on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart
  • Fighting Hunger in the Capital: DC Central Kitchen and Capital Area Food Bank

February 2013

  • SNAP and Public Health: The Role of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in Improving the Health and Well-Being of Americans, FRAC
  • Best Practices in Gardening and Mental Health Module from Community Food Centres Canada
  • National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging Online Resource Library
  • Supporting Restaurant Workers
  • Reducing Wait Times in NYC

January 2013

  • Fighting Hunger or Causing Hunger: A Mid-term Look at Wal-Mart’s $2 Billion Commitment by Andy Fisher
  • Nutrition & Wellness Tips for Young Children: Provider Handbook for the Child and Adult Care Food Program
  • Fighting Hunger Through Health Care: a Seamless Solution from Share Our Strength
  • Nutrition Education for Improved Health – Case Study from Share Our Strength

December 2012

  • What We’re Reading Now: Toxic Charity: How Churches and Charities Hurt Those They Help (And How to Reverse It) by Robert Lupton
  • Rotary First Harvest Produce Recovery Resource Guide
  • Georgia Avenue Food Cooperative Video
  • The Road to Shared Prosperity, data and stories about human needs programs from Half in Ten

November 2012

  • Good Samaritan Food Donations Act Fact Sheet
  • Understanding D-SNAP
  • Food Safety in Case of Emergency Guide
  • On the Front Lines – Every Day (East Coast EFPs Respond to Hurricane Sandy)

October 2012

  • Shelf Life Guide
  • Beyond the Food Drive: Ending Hunger Through Citizen Service from NYCCAH
  • Smarter Lunchrooms Movement
  • Fitter Body, Fitter Brains Let’s Move! Infographic

September 2012

  • Community FEAST (Food, Education, Agriculture Solutions Together) Program Evaluation and Planning Manual
  • Vermont Fresh: A Fruit and Vegetable Handbook
  • How to Get Food Help Pamphlet
  • Sesame Workshop Tool Kits for Parents

August 2012

  • Reflections on the Closing of the Community Food Security Coalition by WhyHunger’s Alison Cohen
  • Homegrown Solutions to Hunger – Fresh Produce Programs at Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
  • ACF Guide to Resources and Funding for Community and Faith-based Organizations

July 2012

  • Cooking Up Community: Nutrition Education in Emergency Food Programs
  • Good Food and Good Jobs for All: Challenges and Opportunities to Advance Racial and Economic Equity in the Food System from Colorlines
  • The Stop Community Food Centre’s Learning Network

June 2012

  • Food Stamps, Follow the Money: Are Corporations Profiting from Hungry Americans? by Michelle Simon
  • The Hands That Feed Us: Challenges and Opportunities for Workers Along the Food Chain from Food Chain Workers Alliance
  • Food Policy Councils: An Effective Way to Change the Food System

May 2012

  • Meals On Wheels Senior Hunger Report Card
  • From Hunger to Health, a Blog from Erik Talkin, CEO of the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County
  • Five Themes from the Feeding America Unity 2012 Conference

April 2012

  • Your Federal Taxpayer Receipt
  • How to get Your Local Radio Station to Play a Summer Meals PSA

March 2012

  • Let’s Move! Faith and Communities Toolkit
  • Contradictions in the Anti-Hunger Movement by Andy Fisher
  • The Impact of WIC Food Package Changes on Access to Healthful Food
  • National Council on Aging Center for Benefits Access
  • The Foundation Center

February 2012

  • WhyHunger’s Letter to the Editor in Response to the Wall Street Journal Article “Food Stamp Nation”
  • “It’s Dinnertime” – A Report on Low-Income Families’ Efforts to Plan, Shop for, and Cook Healthy Meals
  • Letters of Interest for Everybody at the Table for Health (EAT4Health)
  • USDA Latino Outreach

January 2012

  • Education, Accessibility and Healthy Foods: Keys to Giving Infants a Good Nutritious Start
  • SNAP Outreach and Nutrition Education Materials

October 2011

  • Librarians: The New Caseworker

September 2011

  • A Mixed Bag: Considerations on Backpack Programs and Family Dynamics
  • Online WIC Prescreening Tool