The new location provides more space for vendors and patrons.
USDA announced that schools will have one additional year to meet the second set of sodium reduction targets for school meals, changing the compliance date from July 1, 2017 to July 1, 2018.
From park openings to new trail plans, Laurens County has been working hard to create a healthy environment for its community members to thrive in.
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- Anderson dog park becomes focal point of new community green space
- Union County coalition encourages healthy eating and active living
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- Johns Island Farmers Market to implement government food program
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- New Resource: Breaking Physical Activity Barriers Through Open Community Use
- Columbia 1 of 6 cities to share $445,000 in grants to support childhood obesity prevention programs
- $250k USDA grant will help increase SNAP purchases at SC farmers markets
- Let’s Go! South Carolina: Website will connect South Carolinians to HEAL resources