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Farmers' Markets Take Local Food to the Streets

With more than 30 farmers' markets in San Mateo County, Get Healthy partners worked together to start two new markets in East Palo Alto and Pescadero. These markets increase access to healthy, fresh and local produce for residents in the southern and coastal areas of San Mateo County.

School Gardens Bring the Classroom to Life

School gardens teach children about where food comes from, what makes healthy food healthy, and why it’s important to eat fresh fruits and vegetables. Over 50% of public schools in San Mateo County have gardens, and our goal is to have a garden in every school so every child gets to eat something he or she has planted.

Transforming Streets to Keep Us Healthy

One of the easiest ways to be active every day is to walk, bike and use public transportation. Many people in San Mateo County cannot walk or bike because it isn’t safe. We can build physical activity back into our lives by making it safer to walk, bike, or take the bus, train or BART.

Rethink Your Drink

Sugary drinks are one of the largest contributors to obesity in San Mateo County. There are many things you can do to reduce the amount of sugary drinks consumed. One way to make a big impact is to remove sugary drinks from vending machines and advocate for healthy beverage options.

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Encourage Everyone to Choose Healthy Drinks!

Get Healthy San Mateo County is thrilled to launch a new Choose Healthy Drinks awareness campaign.

San Mateo County joins our neighbors in San Francisco, Sonoma, and Alameda Counties in this regional effort to educate our community about the harmful effects of sugar-sweetened beverages.

Print these materials, share them on Facebook or click here to learn more.

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San Mateo County Food System Assessment Released

San Mateo County Food System Report Image Check out the San Mateo County Food System Alliance's new report on the county's current food system trends.
Click here to access the full report and learn about the challenges we face and opportunities we have to improve our food system. Find more on our Sustainable Foods page.

Upcoming Events and Training Opportunities

Growing and Funding Equitable Food Hubs Webinar

August 14, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
Online Webinar: PolicyLink, The Reinvestment Fund, and The Food Trust

Learn how to develop an equitable food hub in your own community through this interactive webinar. Presenters will highlight how their food hub operations are creating a more equitable and inclusive food system, and discuss lessons learned and strategies for success.

Act Now

Encourage Everyone to Choose Healthy Drinks!

Get Healthy San Mateo County is thrilled to launch a new Choose Healthy Drinks awareness campaign.

San Mateo County joins our neighbors in San Francisco, Sonoma, and Alameda Counties in this regional effort to educate our community about the harmful effects of sugar-sweetened beverages.

Print these materials, share them on Facebook or click here to learn more.

Upcoming Events and Training Opportunities

Growing and Funding Equitable Food Hubs Webinar

August 14, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
Online Webinar: PolicyLink, The Reinvestment Fund, and The Food Trust

Learn how to develop an equitable food hub in your own community through this interactive webinar. Presenters will highlight how their food hub operations are creating a more equitable and inclusive food system, and discuss lessons learned and strategies for success.

Spotlight

San Mateo County Food System Assessment Released

San Mateo County Food System Report Image Check out the San Mateo County Food System Alliance's new report on the county's current food system trends.
Click here to access the full report and learn about the challenges we face and opportunities we have to improve our food system. Find more on our Sustainable Foods page.

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