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Eat Smart Move More Community Gardens
Cleveland County elementary students are learning about healthy food choices through community gardens funded by a grant. The Cleveland County Health Department received an Eat Smart Move More (ESMM) Community Grant in the amount of $40,750 from the Physical Activity and Nutrition Branch of the NC Department of Public Health - a branch of the NC Department of Health and Human Services. The funding is being used to establish and maintain community gardens at schools. Goals of the community gardens project include: provide opportunities for fresh produce distribution to members of participating schools and faith communities; provide opportunities for classroom instruction using the community gardens as a teaching tool; and increase opportunities for school and community education about healthy food choices to improve overall nutrition and activity among participants. Anyone interested in getting involved with the school community garden program is encouraged to contact Julie Weathers, Program Coordinator, at 704-669-3138 or Julie.weathers@clevelandcounty.com.
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