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Farm to Fork, Building a Sustainable Local Food Economy in North Carolina: Partners use strategies to transform North Carolina’s food system.

Final Report: North Carolina's Obesity Prevention Plan 2007-2012

First Health of the Carolinas: Local hospital helps create greenway between school and park.

Fit Community : Local communities support physical activity, healthy eating and tobacco use prevention across the state.

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables abound in Camp Lejeune Dependent Schools

Health Care, Helping Patients Eat Smart and Move More: Current Plan serves as a roadmap for physicians to address health disparities.

Healthy Corner Stores: Grant makes healthy food options available to low-income communities.

Healthy Places, Active Spaces: Supporting Wake County in addressing key risk factors for chronic diseases by increasing access to active living and healthy eating.

North Carolina Sustainable Local Food Advisory Council: Providing healthy eating options, while creating jobs.

Partners in Health and Wholeness: Faith Communities support making healthy eating and physical activity the easy choice.

Statewide Policies in Support of Breastfeeding: Policy requires early child care facilities provide space to breastfeed.

The Red Apple Project: Assisting local hospitals make healthy foods the easy and affordable choice.

Third Graders TRACK their steps to healthy living

Third graders became Kids in the Garden

Town of Laurinburg is growing lots of big ideas for eating smart and moving more - most notably through a community garden.

Unique Partnership Cools Local Children: Multiple government agencies pull together to create splash park for local kids.

Worksite wellness committee at the Port of Wilmington created a walking trail for its employees.

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