UNH Passport to Food Citizenship

Photo: Courtesy of Sustainability Academy

This
fall, the University of New Hampshire will be participating in the event known
as Food Day.  This month long series of
activities will work to increase awareness and action for more nutritious and
sustainable foods. The event begins on
the 21st of September, and ends on October 24th.  For those of you who find it difficult to
stay attached to a fixed diet, these events are certainly for you.  Food Day representatives will provide plenty
of healthy alternatives and guide you towards a healthier lifestyle.  This is a great chance to understand where
your food is coming from, and how to make food more sustainable in the future
for all.  

Attending at least one of these
events will prove to be beneficial towards your health.  Incorporating a healthy diet in with an
active lifestyle will certainly help you maintain health and wellness.  An example of an event being held is Farm
Tour being held on September 27th, from 11 AM to 2 PM at Woodman
Farm.  There, you will learn more about
the foundations and operations of organic gardening and harvesting.  This tour would be a great opportunity for
those students looking to broaden their knowledge nutrition. 

While traveling to these different
events, participants will have a “passport” which will be stamped at qualified
Food Day Events. Participants must get up to 5 stamps to be eligible to enter a
raffle for great prizes such as am iPad or a Zip Car membership!

UNH
Passport to Food Citizenship and Food Day, can be the start to a new lifestyle,
and a healthy one at that!

Please
visit the Sustainability Academy to learn more about this series of events!

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