Double Up Food Bucks program doubles the value of federal nutrition assistance spent at participating farmers’ markets, farm stands, mobile markets, and grocery stores, helping New Mexicans bring home more locally grown fruits and vegetables
The interactive maps of the New Mexico Community Data Collaborative (NMCDC) allow exploration of data for action. This gallery includes over two dozen neighborhood maps covering childhood obesity and school nutrition, licensed food establishments and summer meal sites, chronic disease statistics and health resources, physical activity and transportation, and farmers markets and public pantries.
NMOST guest column on meals in out-of-school time as a means to address childhood hunger in New Mexico published in the Albuquerque Journal on Saturday, June 1, 2019.
The New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network (NMOST) brings together policymakers, educators, childcare providers, youth development workers, and other stakeholders interested in ensuring positive youth development opportunities and outcomes through out-of-school time programs.