Stories of Change

A series of inspirational stories about the people, places and things that are helping people eat healthy and move more. It is made possible with funding from Michigan Fitness Foundation.

Partner Content Fresh Conversations participant LaDonna Johnson prepares to eat a corn salad she made using a recipe she got from the program.
Partner Content Rachel Bloch, the Marquette-Alger Regional Education Service Agency’s health education consultant and MFF SNAP-Ed program lead.

Innovative program makes CSAs accessible to Michigan families


Partner Content A young participant in The Learning Kitchen.
Partner Content A Farmers Market Food Navigator interacts with a market patron.

Farmers Market Food Navigators help maximize Prescriptions for Health


Partner Content A Farmers Market Food Navigator interacts with a market patron.

Farmers Market Food Navigators help maximize Prescriptions for Health


Partner Content Produce from the Buckley Community Garden.
Partner Content Students toss a healthy kale salad.
Partner Content Students toss a healthy kale salad.
Partner Content Women at a WOW class offered by LAHC.
Partner Content Bronson Wellness Center Health Educator Isabel Hinton shares healthy eating tips in a video from Online Learning in a SNAP.

Michigan SNAP-Ed YouTube channel delivers Online Learning in a SNAP


Partner Content SR2H member Lisa Lewis is based out of Wyoming, Michigan, with United Church Outreach Ministry (UCOM), where she's been leading virtual Health Through Literacy programming and assists with distributing fresh produce in the community.
Partner Content Kids running

Physical literacy is a movement that's catching fire


Partner Content Farmers Market Food Navigator Josh Miller talks to a young visitor.
Partner Content Students listen to a lesson about MyPlate.
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