Using Walk Safe, a curriculum developed by the University of Miami, students learn how to walk safely to school, the bus stop, a friend’s house, the library and throughout the community. Walk Safe encourages students to draw what they’ve learned, awarding winning posters from grade levels K/1, 2/3 and 4/5.
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Press release from the City of Winter Park announcing Bike to Work Day Group Ride & Gathering.
Join us on October 11th from 6-8PM to step towards a healthier Eatonville with Healthy Eatonville Place!
Jeff Speck and Dr. Brian Wansink shared evidence-based strategies for creating healthier environments at Healthy Central Florida’s 4th Annual Health Innovation Grants Workshop on May 11.
A panel of professional judges met to review 43 videos submitted for the contest. Winners of $350 in cash prizes will be announced soon! Stay tuned….
Can you imagine walking the distance from Orlando to New York City in 90 days? This year’s Walk90 winner, Lisa Blount, did just that.
Tom Tarvin might have a short ride to work – but it comes with a long list of benefits.
“I am 73 years old. I don’t feel 50, I don’t feel 40 – I feel 30!”
“I love being on a bicycle – it’s very freeing and uplifting. It makes me feel healthy, like I’m doing something good for my body and mind.” Hear more from Jody about why she likes biking to work.
China is the largest producer of tomatoes and much of our produce comes from across the world. Read more about the benefits of eating local…