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The Vitalyst Spark podcast explores what it means to create a healthy community in Arizona.

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The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 4: Better Together Southern Arizona Coalition

Join us for Part Four of our four-part series with reflections and insights on the Live Well Arizona Incubator project. You’ll sit-in “live” as Penny Pestle shares the story of the newly re-branded Better Together Southern Arizona Coalition (referred to in this recording by its previous name – the Sustainable Families Coalition) and its experience with the Live Well Incubator. In 2018, Vitalyst collaborated with the Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities to establish the Live Well Arizona Incubator and take our support of place-based community health improvement to a new level: specifically, to help facilitate the creation of more cross-sector collaborations focused on community-informed and community-driven solutions. In a nutshell, the idea was to identify early-stage cross-sector community health projects and provide technical assistance over time, using a series of full cohort face-to-face meetings, but also by providing a facilitator/coach/consultant for about 10 months to help each project develop its new collaborative, and also to produce a solid strategy and work plan going forward. So how is it going so far? That’s what this fourth incubator-focused episode of the Vitalyst Spark podcast is all about. Better Together Southern Arizona Coalition: to connect and learn more, email ppestle@cox.netThe Live Well Arizona Incubator: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/our-story/incubator/Live Well Arizona: http://livewellaz.org/The Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/ Previously posted -> Live Well Arizona Incubator Part 1: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qf2cp-aac2bfPart 2: https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-fw9ja-ab6440Part 3: https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-e7dwb-adc159

21 MINJUL 19
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The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 4: Better Together Southern Arizona Coalition

The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 3: Cobre Valley Collaborative

Join us for Part three of our four-part series with reflections and insights on the Live Well Arizona Incubator project. You’ll sit-in “live” as Globe’s Economic Development Director Linda Oddonetto shares the story of the Cobre Valley Collaborative and its experience with the Live Well Arizona Incubator. In 2018, Vitalyst collaborated with the Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities to establish the Live Well Arizona Incubator and take our support of place-based community health improvement to a new level: specifically, to help facilitate creation of more cross-sector collaborations focused on community-informed and community-driven solutions. In a nutshell, the idea was to identify early-stage cross-sector community health projects and provide technical assistance over time, using a series of full cohort face-to-face meetings, but also by providing a facilitator/coach/consultant for about 10 months to help each project develop its new collaborative, and also to produce a solid strategy and work plan going forward. So how is it going so far? That’s what this third incubator-focused episode of the Vitalyst Spark podcast is all about. The Cobre Valley Collaborative: to connect and learn more, email loddonetto@globeaz.gov The Live Well Arizona Incubator: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/our-story/incubator/Live Well Arizona: http://livewellaz.org/The Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/ Previously posted ->Live Well Arizona Incubator Part 1: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qf2cp-aac2bfLive Well Arizona Incubator Part 2: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fw9ja-ab6440

18 MINAPR 12
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The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 3: Cobre Valley Collaborative

The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 2: Coffee Pot Farms

Join us for Part two of our four-part series with reflections and insights on the Live Well Arizona Incubator project. You’ll sit-in “live” as Cherilyn Yazzie and Michael Hester share the story of Coffee Pot Farms and delve into their experience with the Live Well Incubator. In 2018, Vitalyst collaborated with the Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities to establish the Live Well Arizona Incubator and take our support of place-based community health improvement to a new level: specifically, to help facilitate the creation of more cross-sector collaborations focused on community-informed and community-driven solutions. In a nutshell, the idea was to identify early-stage cross-sector community health projects and provide technical assistance over time, using a series of full cohort face-to-face meetings, but also by providing a facilitator/coach/consultant for about 10 months to help each project develop its new collaborative, and also to produce a solid strategy and work plan going forward. So how is it going so far? That’s what this second incubator-focused episode of the Vitalyst Spark podcast is all about. Coffee Pot Farms: https://www.facebook.com/Coffee-Pot-Farms-125931467980881/Civil Eats Article: https://civileats.com/2018/10/17/how-the-navajo-nation-is-reclaiming-food-sovereignty/The Live Well Arizona Incubator: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/our-story/incubator/Live Well Arizona: http://livewellaz.org/The Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/ Previously posted -> Live Well Arizona Incubator Part 1: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qf2cp-aac2bf

18 MINMAR 22
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The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 2: Coffee Pot Farms

The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 1: South Mountain WORKS Coalition

Join us for Part one of our four-part series with reflections and insights on the Live Well Arizona Incubator project. You’ll sit-in “live” as Shomari Jackson, Project Lead for the South Mountain WORKS Coalition, and Reverand Sanghoon Yoo, President of the Faithful City delve into thoughts about their coalition and its experience with the Live Well Incubator. In 2018, Vitalyst collaborated with the Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities to establish the Live Well Arizona Incubator and take our support of place-based community health improvement to a new level: specifically, to help facilitate thedevelopment of more cross-sector collaborations focused on community-informed and community-driven solutions. In a nutshell, the idea was to identify early-stage cross-sector community health projects and provide technical assistance over time, using a series of full cohort face-to-face meetings, but also by providing a facilitator/coach/consultant for about 10 months to help each project develop its new collaborative, and also to produce a solid strategy and work plan going forward. So how is it going so far? That’s what this first incubator-focused episode of the Vitalyst Spark podcast is all about. The South Mountain WORKS Coalition: https://www.facebook.com/SouthMountainWORKSCoalition/The Faithful City: http://www.thefaithfulcity.org/The Live Well Arizona Incubator: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/our-story/incubator/Live Well Arizona: http://livewellaz.org/The Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/

23 MINMAR 14
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The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 1: South Mountain WORKS Coalition

The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 2

This is Part 2 of our two-part series on Housing and Health, where you’ll sit-in “live” as two passionate housing practitioners introduce Vitalyst’s Trustees to work being done on the full spectrum of health and housing. In this episode, we’ll hear from Sally Schwenn of Gorman & Company and Patricia Duarte of Trellis as they share an overview of housing options ranging from permanent supportive housing to affordable and market-rate housing. Use the documents below to follow along: The Housing Spectrum: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/Housing-Spectrum-FINAL.pdf Speaker Bios, Part 2: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/HousingPanelistsPart2.pdf Slides, Sally Schwenn: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/SallySchwenn-Gorman.pdf Slides, Patricia Duarte: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/PatriciaDuarte-Trellis.pdf Previously posted podcast -> The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 1: https://vitalysthealth.podbean.com/mf/play/xytz5s/VitalystSpark-HealthHousing1-2-25-19.mp3

22 MINMAR 1
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The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 2

The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 1

Join us for Part 1 of our two-part series on Housing and Health. You’ll sit-in “live” as two passionate housing practitioners introduce Vitalyst’s Trustees to work being done on the full spectrum of health and housing. In this episode, we’ll hear from Katie Gentry of Maricopa Association of Governments and Diana “Dede” Yazzie Devine as they share an overview of housing options ranging from shelters to permanent supportive housing. Use the documents below to follow along, and stay tuned for part two coming soon! The Housing Spectrum: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/Housing-Spectrum-FINAL.pdf Speaker Bios, Part 1: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/HousingPanelistsPart1.pdf Slides, Katie Gentry: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/KatieGentry-MAG.pdf Slides, Diana “Dede” Yazzie Devine: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/DedeDevine-NAC.pdf

24 MINFEB 28
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The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 1

Meet Sonoran Prevention Works (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 4)

In episode four of our minisode miniseries, we sit down with Haley Coles from ACLU from Sonoran Prevention Works (SPW). SPW received a $125,000 grant to support advocacy and education for syringe access programs – a proven harm reduction strategy in response to the opioid crisis and rising hepatitis-C and HIV infection rates. Specifically, Sonoran Prevention Works is working to transform the response to the opioid crisis away from a perspective of pure criminalization to a framework focused on public health – and they are doing so by partnering with the University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson, Creosote Partners and Shot in the Dark to destigmatizesyringe access programs and understand the comprehensive needs of people who inject drugs. TheMaricopa County Sheriff’s Office is also working with Sonoran Prevention Works to implement a needle stickprevention program and to educate law enforcement on injection drug use. Listen today and learn what Haley means when she says “...

22 MINJAN 19
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Meet Sonoran Prevention Works (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 4)

Meet Demand to Learn (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 3)

In episode three of our minisode miniseries, we sit down with Anabel Maldonado from ACLU of Arizona’s Demand to Learn Initiative. ACLU received $125,000 for Demand to Learn, funded in partnership by Vitalyst and the Arizona Community Foundation, to extend and invest in its partnerships with three key community groups: Black Mothers Forum, Morning Star Leaders, Inc. and Rising Youth Theatre. Demand to Learn is working to transform disciplinary policies that disproportionately affect people of color. This community group investment is designed to support the capacity for community members to become peers and co-leaders in the movement to keep kids in schools, improve students’ physical and mental health and ultimately provide for greater economic stability. ACLU of Arizona website: https://www.acluaz.org/es/node/918Demand to Learn AZ website: https://demandtolearnaz.org/2018 Innovation Grants web page: http://vitalysthealth.org/grants-2018/ Stay tuned for our fourth episode coming s...

22 MIN2018 DEC 4
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Meet Demand to Learn (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 3)

Meet Ndee Bikiyaa (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 2)

In episode two of our minisode miniseries, we sit down with the White Mountain Apache tribe’s Clayton Harvey, Greenhouse Manager at Ndee Bikiyaa (The People’s Farm). Ndee Bikiyaa received $125,000 for the Community Food Pipeline Project, funded in partnership by Vitalyst and the NARBHA Institute. In just eight years, the farm has grown from a 10’ x 20’ plot to a six-acre community asset, and now Ndee Bikiyaa is poised to create transformational food policy change. Specifically, farm leadership is pursuing USDA regulation changes in order to produce, package, and sell traditionally prepared, hunted, and foraged foods that aren’t currently allowed – restoring the tribe’s rich cultural heritage and creating opportunities for health and well-being. Starting with how the farm was (re)born in 2010, Clayton fills this episode with heartfelt stories not just of Ndee Bikiyaa, but of the true meaning behind the quest to honor and restore a rich, wise, and robust food culture. Stay tune...

29 MIN2018 SEP 12
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Meet Ndee Bikiyaa (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 2)

Meet Flowers & Bullets Collective (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 1)

Join us as we sit down with Jacob Robles, one of the founders of Flowers & Bullets Collective. The arts and sustainability collective received $125,000 in partnership with the Arizona Community Foundation as one of four 2018 Innovation Grant recipients. Jacob tells the stories of his neighborhood, the origins of the Flowers & Bullets Collective – including the significance of the name – brings us up to speed on what’s happened since the May announcement, and shares his vision for building a more sustainable, healthier community. This is the first episode of our 2018 innovation grants minisode miniseries. Stay tuned for three more episodes coming soon! Show Links: 2018 Innovation Grants web page: http://vitalysthealth.org/grants-2018/ Flowers & Bullets Collective Website: https://www.flowersandbullets.com/ Flowers & Bullets Collective Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FlowersBullets/

17 MIN2018 AUG 30
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Meet Flowers & Bullets Collective (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 1)

Latest Episodes

The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 4: Better Together Southern Arizona Coalition

Join us for Part Four of our four-part series with reflections and insights on the Live Well Arizona Incubator project. You’ll sit-in “live” as Penny Pestle shares the story of the newly re-branded Better Together Southern Arizona Coalition (referred to in this recording by its previous name – the Sustainable Families Coalition) and its experience with the Live Well Incubator. In 2018, Vitalyst collaborated with the Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities to establish the Live Well Arizona Incubator and take our support of place-based community health improvement to a new level: specifically, to help facilitate the creation of more cross-sector collaborations focused on community-informed and community-driven solutions. In a nutshell, the idea was to identify early-stage cross-sector community health projects and provide technical assistance over time, using a series of full cohort face-to-face meetings, but also by providing a facilitator/coach/consultant for about 10 months to help each project develop its new collaborative, and also to produce a solid strategy and work plan going forward. So how is it going so far? That’s what this fourth incubator-focused episode of the Vitalyst Spark podcast is all about. Better Together Southern Arizona Coalition: to connect and learn more, email ppestle@cox.netThe Live Well Arizona Incubator: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/our-story/incubator/Live Well Arizona: http://livewellaz.org/The Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/ Previously posted -> Live Well Arizona Incubator Part 1: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qf2cp-aac2bfPart 2: https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-fw9ja-ab6440Part 3: https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-e7dwb-adc159

21 MINJUL 19
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The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 4: Better Together Southern Arizona Coalition

The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 3: Cobre Valley Collaborative

Join us for Part three of our four-part series with reflections and insights on the Live Well Arizona Incubator project. You’ll sit-in “live” as Globe’s Economic Development Director Linda Oddonetto shares the story of the Cobre Valley Collaborative and its experience with the Live Well Arizona Incubator. In 2018, Vitalyst collaborated with the Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities to establish the Live Well Arizona Incubator and take our support of place-based community health improvement to a new level: specifically, to help facilitate creation of more cross-sector collaborations focused on community-informed and community-driven solutions. In a nutshell, the idea was to identify early-stage cross-sector community health projects and provide technical assistance over time, using a series of full cohort face-to-face meetings, but also by providing a facilitator/coach/consultant for about 10 months to help each project develop its new collaborative, and also to produce a solid strategy and work plan going forward. So how is it going so far? That’s what this third incubator-focused episode of the Vitalyst Spark podcast is all about. The Cobre Valley Collaborative: to connect and learn more, email loddonetto@globeaz.gov The Live Well Arizona Incubator: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/our-story/incubator/Live Well Arizona: http://livewellaz.org/The Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/ Previously posted ->Live Well Arizona Incubator Part 1: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qf2cp-aac2bfLive Well Arizona Incubator Part 2: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fw9ja-ab6440

18 MINAPR 12
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The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 3: Cobre Valley Collaborative

The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 2: Coffee Pot Farms

Join us for Part two of our four-part series with reflections and insights on the Live Well Arizona Incubator project. You’ll sit-in “live” as Cherilyn Yazzie and Michael Hester share the story of Coffee Pot Farms and delve into their experience with the Live Well Incubator. In 2018, Vitalyst collaborated with the Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities to establish the Live Well Arizona Incubator and take our support of place-based community health improvement to a new level: specifically, to help facilitate the creation of more cross-sector collaborations focused on community-informed and community-driven solutions. In a nutshell, the idea was to identify early-stage cross-sector community health projects and provide technical assistance over time, using a series of full cohort face-to-face meetings, but also by providing a facilitator/coach/consultant for about 10 months to help each project develop its new collaborative, and also to produce a solid strategy and work plan going forward. So how is it going so far? That’s what this second incubator-focused episode of the Vitalyst Spark podcast is all about. Coffee Pot Farms: https://www.facebook.com/Coffee-Pot-Farms-125931467980881/Civil Eats Article: https://civileats.com/2018/10/17/how-the-navajo-nation-is-reclaiming-food-sovereignty/The Live Well Arizona Incubator: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/our-story/incubator/Live Well Arizona: http://livewellaz.org/The Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/ Previously posted -> Live Well Arizona Incubator Part 1: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qf2cp-aac2bf

18 MINMAR 22
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The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 2: Coffee Pot Farms

The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 1: South Mountain WORKS Coalition

Join us for Part one of our four-part series with reflections and insights on the Live Well Arizona Incubator project. You’ll sit-in “live” as Shomari Jackson, Project Lead for the South Mountain WORKS Coalition, and Reverand Sanghoon Yoo, President of the Faithful City delve into thoughts about their coalition and its experience with the Live Well Incubator. In 2018, Vitalyst collaborated with the Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities to establish the Live Well Arizona Incubator and take our support of place-based community health improvement to a new level: specifically, to help facilitate thedevelopment of more cross-sector collaborations focused on community-informed and community-driven solutions. In a nutshell, the idea was to identify early-stage cross-sector community health projects and provide technical assistance over time, using a series of full cohort face-to-face meetings, but also by providing a facilitator/coach/consultant for about 10 months to help each project develop its new collaborative, and also to produce a solid strategy and work plan going forward. So how is it going so far? That’s what this first incubator-focused episode of the Vitalyst Spark podcast is all about. The South Mountain WORKS Coalition: https://www.facebook.com/SouthMountainWORKSCoalition/The Faithful City: http://www.thefaithfulcity.org/The Live Well Arizona Incubator: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/our-story/incubator/Live Well Arizona: http://livewellaz.org/The Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities: http://arizonahealthycommunities.org/

23 MINMAR 14
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The Live Well Arizona Incubator - Part 1: South Mountain WORKS Coalition

The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 2

This is Part 2 of our two-part series on Housing and Health, where you’ll sit-in “live” as two passionate housing practitioners introduce Vitalyst’s Trustees to work being done on the full spectrum of health and housing. In this episode, we’ll hear from Sally Schwenn of Gorman & Company and Patricia Duarte of Trellis as they share an overview of housing options ranging from permanent supportive housing to affordable and market-rate housing. Use the documents below to follow along: The Housing Spectrum: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/Housing-Spectrum-FINAL.pdf Speaker Bios, Part 2: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/HousingPanelistsPart2.pdf Slides, Sally Schwenn: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/SallySchwenn-Gorman.pdf Slides, Patricia Duarte: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/PatriciaDuarte-Trellis.pdf Previously posted podcast -> The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 1: https://vitalysthealth.podbean.com/mf/play/xytz5s/VitalystSpark-HealthHousing1-2-25-19.mp3

22 MINMAR 1
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The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 2

The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 1

Join us for Part 1 of our two-part series on Housing and Health. You’ll sit-in “live” as two passionate housing practitioners introduce Vitalyst’s Trustees to work being done on the full spectrum of health and housing. In this episode, we’ll hear from Katie Gentry of Maricopa Association of Governments and Diana “Dede” Yazzie Devine as they share an overview of housing options ranging from shelters to permanent supportive housing. Use the documents below to follow along, and stay tuned for part two coming soon! The Housing Spectrum: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/Housing-Spectrum-FINAL.pdf Speaker Bios, Part 1: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/HousingPanelistsPart1.pdf Slides, Katie Gentry: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/KatieGentry-MAG.pdf Slides, Diana “Dede” Yazzie Devine: http://vitalysthealth.org/wp-content/uploads/DedeDevine-NAC.pdf

24 MINFEB 28
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The Continuum of Housing and Health - Part 1

Meet Sonoran Prevention Works (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 4)

In episode four of our minisode miniseries, we sit down with Haley Coles from ACLU from Sonoran Prevention Works (SPW). SPW received a $125,000 grant to support advocacy and education for syringe access programs – a proven harm reduction strategy in response to the opioid crisis and rising hepatitis-C and HIV infection rates. Specifically, Sonoran Prevention Works is working to transform the response to the opioid crisis away from a perspective of pure criminalization to a framework focused on public health – and they are doing so by partnering with the University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson, Creosote Partners and Shot in the Dark to destigmatizesyringe access programs and understand the comprehensive needs of people who inject drugs. TheMaricopa County Sheriff’s Office is also working with Sonoran Prevention Works to implement a needle stickprevention program and to educate law enforcement on injection drug use. Listen today and learn what Haley means when she says “...

22 MINJAN 19
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Meet Sonoran Prevention Works (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 4)

Meet Demand to Learn (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 3)

In episode three of our minisode miniseries, we sit down with Anabel Maldonado from ACLU of Arizona’s Demand to Learn Initiative. ACLU received $125,000 for Demand to Learn, funded in partnership by Vitalyst and the Arizona Community Foundation, to extend and invest in its partnerships with three key community groups: Black Mothers Forum, Morning Star Leaders, Inc. and Rising Youth Theatre. Demand to Learn is working to transform disciplinary policies that disproportionately affect people of color. This community group investment is designed to support the capacity for community members to become peers and co-leaders in the movement to keep kids in schools, improve students’ physical and mental health and ultimately provide for greater economic stability. ACLU of Arizona website: https://www.acluaz.org/es/node/918Demand to Learn AZ website: https://demandtolearnaz.org/2018 Innovation Grants web page: http://vitalysthealth.org/grants-2018/ Stay tuned for our fourth episode coming s...

22 MIN2018 DEC 4
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Meet Demand to Learn (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 3)

Meet Ndee Bikiyaa (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 2)

In episode two of our minisode miniseries, we sit down with the White Mountain Apache tribe’s Clayton Harvey, Greenhouse Manager at Ndee Bikiyaa (The People’s Farm). Ndee Bikiyaa received $125,000 for the Community Food Pipeline Project, funded in partnership by Vitalyst and the NARBHA Institute. In just eight years, the farm has grown from a 10’ x 20’ plot to a six-acre community asset, and now Ndee Bikiyaa is poised to create transformational food policy change. Specifically, farm leadership is pursuing USDA regulation changes in order to produce, package, and sell traditionally prepared, hunted, and foraged foods that aren’t currently allowed – restoring the tribe’s rich cultural heritage and creating opportunities for health and well-being. Starting with how the farm was (re)born in 2010, Clayton fills this episode with heartfelt stories not just of Ndee Bikiyaa, but of the true meaning behind the quest to honor and restore a rich, wise, and robust food culture. Stay tune...

29 MIN2018 SEP 12
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Meet Ndee Bikiyaa (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 2)

Meet Flowers & Bullets Collective (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 1)

Join us as we sit down with Jacob Robles, one of the founders of Flowers & Bullets Collective. The arts and sustainability collective received $125,000 in partnership with the Arizona Community Foundation as one of four 2018 Innovation Grant recipients. Jacob tells the stories of his neighborhood, the origins of the Flowers & Bullets Collective – including the significance of the name – brings us up to speed on what’s happened since the May announcement, and shares his vision for building a more sustainable, healthier community. This is the first episode of our 2018 innovation grants minisode miniseries. Stay tuned for three more episodes coming soon! Show Links: 2018 Innovation Grants web page: http://vitalysthealth.org/grants-2018/ Flowers & Bullets Collective Website: https://www.flowersandbullets.com/ Flowers & Bullets Collective Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FlowersBullets/

17 MIN2018 AUG 30
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Meet Flowers & Bullets Collective (2018 Innovation Grants Minisode Miniseries Episode 1)

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