Nutritious free meals are available for children and teens 18 and younger at many locations throughout the nation throughout the summer while school is out of session - including many in New Hampshire and neighboring Maine and Vermont.

Click here to use the USDA mapping tool to find a site near you.

Residents in Franklin can now get a free ride to the farmer's market! A grant from Franklin Savings Bank and a partnership with the Belknap-Merrimack County Community Action Program allowed the bus route to be offered this year - increasing access to fresh foods for all.

Read more at Concord Monitor

Recently, Melissa Groves at the NH Food Alliance sat down with HEAL Director, Terry Johnson, to discuss one of HEAL’s recent success stories in Berlin titled "Berlin, NH HEAL Community Garden - Success in Collaboration"

Read more at the NH Food Alliance Blog

How do all people get the same opportunities to be healthy? HEAL NH Welcomes Dr. Maya Rockeymoore, President and CEO of Global Policy Solutions as this year's keynote. As "activists on the ground" participants will learn steps to advocate for and support changes in policies, systems and environments that provide equitable opportunities for everyone to live a healthy life.

A fun and creative way to safely cross the street! Plan4Health Nashua partnered with Positive Street Art to install the first crosswalk art in the city. Artist Manny Ramirez, co-founder of Positive Street Art, designed the crosswalk template to include baseball bats and balls. 

The Tri-State Learning Collaborative on Aging is pleased to present some exciting webinar-based learning opportunities! 

What’s it like to age in your community? How do you know, if you don’t ask?

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