Stillwater Gets Fit

Stillwater County Public Health Department launched Stillwater Gets Fit in February 2010 to mirror the activities of the statewide Shape up Montana program. However, Stillwater Gets Fit brings a local flair to the competition, adding custom nutrition and physical activity ideas to specifically cater to the population of Stillwater. Participants in Stillwater Gets Fit pay […]

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Gallatin Valley Farm to School

  Gallatin Valley Farm to School (GVF2S) was started in February 2007 by a Steering Committee of committed and concerned parents and community members. Today GVF2S is a collaboration between many diverse organizations, such as parent councils of various schools in the area, Bozeman School District Food Service, Montana Outdoor Science School, The Community Food Co-op, […]

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Browning Community Garden

The Browning Community Garden and its partner organizations Blackfeet Manpower VISTA and Blackfeet Academy have been working together for the past 4 years to develop and sustain a community garden for those in the Browning area. Since this community garden project began four years ago, several different classes ranging from second graders to high school […]

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Fairfield Community Flu/Health Clinic

Fairfield Public Schools hosted a health clinic providing flu vaccines, pneumonia shots, and blood draws. To kickoff National Diabetes Awareness Month in November, Fairfield Public Schools hosted a health clinic on Wednesday, October 27, 2011 in the high school multipurpose room. The Teton County Health Department administered flu shots, flu mists, and pneumonia shots throughout […]

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Hardin Worksite Wellness Initiative

The Hardin Food Access Task Force and Big Horn County Extension Service partnered with local government offices to plan and implement a wellness program for County employees.    This project began in July of 2012 and to date the group has achieved 3 out of 5 project goals. Local worksites interested in working with the […]

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Livingston Local Food Project

The Livingston Local Food Project was designed to enhance the understanding of the citizens of Livingston and Park county regarding affordable, novel food production options and the benefits of healthy eating.   The Livingston Local Food Project began in April of 2012 and ran through October of 2012. Organic seeds of various vegetables including peppers, […]

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