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    Gardening Time at Stanley School

    Healthy Waltham started the Stanley Elementary School garden back in 2008. We are very fortunate to have amazing volunteers like Tammy Donroe Inman who has become caretaker of this garden and organizes families to maintain it over the summer! She recently wrote this piece for us. This is why we garden. Be sure to check out Tammy’s […]

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    Gardening Time at Stanley School

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    Stuffed Collards with Bulgur Wheat

    Try these “grape leaf style” collards stuffed with bulgur, scallions, parsley, dill and lemon juice for a new twist on a traditional recipe. Hearty and healthy, these are perfect for a summer evening. Healthy Waltham will be handing out samples of this yummy dish at the Waltham Fields Outreach Market on August 4 from 4:30-6:30 PM, […]

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    Stuffed Collards with Bulgur Wheat

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    Try Our Farmers’ Market Recipe

    Visit us at the Waltham Farmer’s Market June 27! We’ll be handing out samples of this refreshing salad (recipe below) at the market, 119 School St., from 9:30 AM -2:00 PM. The mixture of flavors and textures – pickles and peaches – make this salad special, and the vegetables come from the Waltham Fields Community Farm. […]

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    Try Our Farmers’ Market Recipe

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    Take Our Community Survey

    How often do people in Waltham eat healthy foods? What are some of the reasons people may not eat healthy foods? These are a few of the questions that the Waltham Healthy Food Access Coalition is addressing in a community-wide survey. We need your help if you live, work or go to school in Waltham! The […]

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    Take Our Community Survey

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    Walk at Stonehurst June 7

    Join us for a walk at Stonehurst on Sunday, June 7, 1:00-3:00PM! We are celebrating 10 years of community walking events as part of the “Waltham Walks” series. FREE! All ages are welcome. We will meet at 1:00PM on the terrace at Stonehurst, the Robert Treat Paine Estate. Enjoy a guided walk around the exterior […]

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    Walk at Stonehurst June 7

Welcome to Healthy Waltham!

“Bringing Waltham together for the health of our community”

Healthy Waltham was born out of the need for the people of Waltham to come together for the health of our community. 10 years ago, we started with a small grant to look at ways to improve health in Waltham and a second grant focused on increasing fruits and vegetables served in school cafeterias. Since then, our work has evolved and grown. We have reached thousands of people through partnerships and collaborations; outreach events; youth and children’s programs; cooking demos and nutrition education; community walks; school and community gardens; and so much more.

You can often find us working with kids, recent immigrants, and low-income groups, although everyone can benefit from learning about healthy lifestyles. In recent years we were proud to support the City of Waltham in joining “Let’s Move,” a nationwide initiative focused on childhood obesity. We believe that people can lead healthier lives with encouragement and education.

In summer of 2013, we became a 501(c)(3) corporation, breaking off from our longtime fiscal sponsor, the Waltham Partnership for Youth. Won’t you help us continue our work for another 10 years with a tax-deductable contribution? Thank you for your interest and support!