child health incubator research project

a USDA NIFA funded childhood obesity prevention project of Michigan State University Extension

East Michigan Environmental Action Council


EMEAC hosts school and community based gardening and environmental education activities connecting young children and their families with process of growing and preparing food and understanding the ecological relationships required to support plant/garden growth and health.

Hosts activities open to all CHIRP partners that promote family engagement in physical activity (such as a winter skating outing and fruit picking excursions).

Contact East Michigan Environmental Action Council:

East Michigan Environmental Action Council
Ready 2 Grow Program
Darryl Jordan
Ready 2 Grow on Facebook

To see more of the exciting youth gardening and environmental work that East Michigan Environmental Action Council does, click here!

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