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The Double Up Food Bucks program expands the amount of fruits and vegetables recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly food stamps) can purchase. A large statewide partnership received a grant for the Double Up Food Bucks program.
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Get all of the latest information about LiveWell Garfield County through this monthly newsletter. Stay on top of news, events, informative articles, funding opportunities, and upcoming projects.
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Food Resource brochure
LiveWell Garfield County compiled a Food Resource brochure filled with valuable information regarding senior meals, the SNAP (food stamps) program, regional community gardens and the Woman, Infants, and Children (WIC) program.
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Free lunch for kids
LiveWell Garfield County and community sponsors are offering free lunches for kids 18 and under in Rifle. Every Friday, lunches are distributed to Davidson, Cottonwood Springs,and Joyce park in Rifle from 11 - 12:30 pm.
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LiveWell Gleaning Project
LiveWell Garfield County distributes 6,000 pounds of produce as part of 2014 Gleaning Project. Generous donations from the community benefit local LIFT-UP locations and the Garfield County Senior Nutrition Program.
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Take a look at all of the amazing accomplishments that Livewell Garfield County, along with vital partnerships, achieved throughout the community in 2014 with community gardens, mini grants, and more.
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Community Strategic Plan
LiveWell Garfield County has developed three main assessments to identify barriers and drivers to healthy eating active living (HEAL) in our community. The initial assessment was a part of the first HEAL Coalition meeting in 2012. Our coalition members listed concerns in the community related to physical activity and food. Once the lists were compiled, participants ranked those issues they felt were most important to their constituents.
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Get moving Colorado Get Movin' Challenge!
This May, we invited you to step up to the Colorado Get Movin' Challenge to kick start a healthier lifestyle and prove that Colorado is the most active state in the nation!

2014 Bike & Walk to School April 15-17
The 2014 Bike & Walk to School Challenge from April 15 to 17 is a student competition that will award points for walking, biking, carpooling and riding buses. Classes in schools compete against each other and schools compete against other schools for a county wide prize.
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Kevin Batchelder Photovoice
In March 2013, 12 county residents and students explored their communities and took photographs related to healthy eating and active living. The images they captured reflect key issues that affect the well being of all Garfield County residents.
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Dana Wood
LiveWell Garfield County Coordinator
195 West 14th Street
Rifle, CO  81650
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970.625.5200 ext.8121 | office
970.389.9510 | cell
970.625.4804 | fax


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