See our latest blog post on the COPC website: http://copcwa.org/?p=236
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Hot Topic archive: 08/22/2011
The Childhood Obesity Prevention Coalition is developing a toolkit for Washington State organizations to use to create, promote and implement Shared Use Agreements for public space. By sharing community resources such as schools, open space and empty lots…Continue
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The Childhood Obesity Prevention Coalition has submitted a letter to major food corporations urging them to work with the Interagency Working Group on their proposed voluntary guidelines for food marketing to children, versus aggressively lobbying to inhibit them. Every year, the food industry spends $2 billion on marketing to children, including junk foods that contribute to the major obesity crisis today.
Join us by writing a letter to the food industry. Let them know that calling…Continue
Added by Vic Colman on August 21, 2011 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Check out the National Farm to School Month website! and start planning to celebrate October, the National Farm to School Month to highlight your farm-to-school efforts and celebrate with local bounties in your community!
Also, don't forget Taste Washington Day (Sep 28 this year) - it is a great starting place for working throughout October while so much fresh produce is still available. Check out…Continue
Added by Shoko Kumagai on August 17, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
Join CPPW communications staff Matias Valenzuela and Nicole Sadow-Hasenberg for an interactive training about how to get the word out of your CPPW sucesses.
Two Tell%20your%20CPPW%20story%20training%20Sept%2020%20and%2030.pdftraining dates and times: (limited to 10…Continue
Hot Topic archive: 08/29/2011
Let’s Do This, the Public Health campaign that supports the ongoing CPPW work, officially launches this week.
For more information about the campaign, to download posters and to view additional videos, visit…Continue
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Seattle Public Schools promoting locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables. The Harvest of the Month poster (backdrop) and education program is being funded by…Continue
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