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Success Stories

Posted on September 19, 2014

Employees wanted to try it but were hesitant. Some admitted they never ate fruits and vegetables. Others worried they would waste weekly produce because they didn’t know how to incorporate it into their life. Nearly 75 employees at Blue Cross Blue Shield decided to sign up for the company’s first community supported agriculture program, or […]

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Posted on July 21, 2014

  With fresh fruit available in their office and scheduled wellness walks on Fridays, Dial Properties already has made healthy strides. With summer approaching, conversations with Partners for a Healthy City about implementing an additional policy to support local agriculture “planted the seed” to take things a step further. This year, they’ve become onsite gardeners. […]

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Posted on May 30, 2013

In collaboration with Live Well Omaha: Douglas County Putting Prevention to Work, school principal Eric Nelson embraces every opportunity to help facilitate a culture shift for students and staff at Fontenelle Elementary School. As a Partners for a Healthy City — and the first school to sign up — Nelson has made a commitment to […]

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Posted on August 3, 2011

Answering the question, “What’s for dinner tonight” has gotten a little easier for employees of four Omaha companies. On Wednesdays this summer, they only have to venture out to the parking lot to pick up some groceries. Best of all, their ingredients have been plucked fresh from a local garden.

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