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It’s National Fruits and Veggies Month and this year’s theme, Every Time You Eat, Have A Plant®, shares ways to incorporate daily fruits and vegetables. As nutrition professionals, there’s still much work to do as we face a national decline in vegetable and fruit consumption. Learn more about this crisis and tap into ASPHN’s Checklist for Change for innovative strategies and tactics to increase your community’s access and consumption of produce!
Maria Distler, MSW and Mary Neumaier, RD of the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan are increasing access to local fruits and vegetables in their state’s early care and education centers. Maria and Mary leveraged Go NAPSACC and ASPHN’s’ Farm to ECE Capacity Building Grant to develop partnerships, resources, trainings, networking, and more! This incredible work is increasing young children’s exposure to local produce, health education, and hands-on learning!
Recognition programs are an uplifting way to highlight and inspire healthier eating! ASPHN’s 2023 Snapshot Of Farm To ECE State Recognition Programs shares how four state teams participating in our Farm to Early Care and Education Grantee Program created effective and noteworthy awards programs and ceremonies. Get inspired by this innovative approach to raising awareness among parents, state agencies, and state legislators!
Are you familiar with ASPHN’s National Fruit & Vegetable Nutrition Council? This dynamic group of members is passionate about increasing the consumption of fruits and vegetables! Members meet regularly to learn from one another; share resources, ideas, and projects; and gain valuable policy, advocacy and leadership skills. Best of all, all ASPHN members are welcome. Join the F&V Nutrition Council today!
ASPHN members are advancing public health nutrition within the national press! Angel Cunningham, MS, RD, LD and Jamie Stang, PhD, MPH, RDN were recently interviewed and cited in a Wall Street Journal article about the use of artificial intelligence for meal planning. Our members skillfully pointed out the limitations and possible pitfalls and dangers of relying on an untrained chatbot for nutritional information. Thank you Angel and Jamie!
At ASPHN, we build leaders in public health nutrition through unique learning and professional growth opportunities and events. Prioritize your career by staying up-to-date on the latest offerings and sign-up for upcoming events through the Sign-Up Corner!
At ASPHN, we strengthen nutrition policy, programs and environments for all people through the development of public health nutrition leaders and the collective action of our members nationwide. To accomplish our mission, we provide state and national leadership on food and nutrition policy, programs and services to our membership. Your active participation in ASPHN can keep you and your state on the cutting edge. Stay abreast of emerging public health nutrition issues and strategies; form new connections and partnerships with others professionals; influence important public policy and strengthen your leadership skills with ASPHN.
Do you perform state-level public health nutrition duties in your state department of health, human services, education, agriculture, aging or tribes? You can join ASPHN at no cost if your state pays annual dues! If you aren’t affiliated at the state-level, you can still join ASPHN! Membership starts at $25 for students and $50 for professionals. Learn More…
ASPHN has members in all U.S. states and territories. Our membership directory lists all of our members, their state, program and contact details. Use the directory to find peers and build connections that will strengthen your own work in public health nutrition. Browse the Directory…
ASPHN has been providing me many learning opportunities, many network/working together opportunities, many opportunities that I was able to practice what I learned, leadership skills.... AND developing friendships. I do appreciate all ASPHN has giving to me for more than 10 years.
Great professional development opportunities, internships for students, and actual program development through COIIN.
I love so many things about ASPHN! But three that come to mind are (1) meeting other passionate public health nutrition professionals that I can learn from, (2) gaining access to incredibly useful and relevant resources that help me serve my community and state in a more efficient and effective capacity, and (3) being part of a professional organization that is managed by highly organized and personable nutrition professionals.
I love the resources and learning opportunities that ASPHN provides to its members. I also enjoy the networking and support that's provided.
ASPHN is so beneficial for my work as a public health nutritionist! The presentations at the annual meeting and webinars during the year are always on point for the work I do. Getting involved in ASPHN Councils, Committees and Board have provided great opportunities to network with wonderful colleagues from around the country. I'm a better professional for joining ASPHN!
This quick list of opportunities and events helps you make the most of your ASPHN membership. Never miss a sign-up. Simply click on the titles below to access each opportunity!