Fire Up Your Feet is Back!

Author name: Lauren Olin

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Fire Up Your Feet is Back!

We are pleased to announce that Fire Up Your Feet (FUYF) is back this fall! Fire Up Your Feet is a core program of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, aimed at elementary and middle school students in the K-8th grades. FUYF offers free resources, an online activity tracker, and more, all meant to increase […]

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SRTS Action Plan Development Assistance 

The Michigan Fitness Foundation (MFF) is again partnering with Michigan State University (MSU) to provide technical assistance to Michigan schools interested in developing action plans that can lead to grant funding for infrastructure improvements and program support The MSU Team provides the following full action plan assistance to schools: >Assist the local school/community with the

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SRTS Welcomes Gerena Walker!

This month we welcomed Gerena Walker to our team as the Safe Routes to School Intern! Gerena is a senior at MSU studying Public Policy, with a focus on education and political economy. Gerena comes to us with a wealth of knowledge and skill and we are excited to have her on board. During her

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Register Now for Choices Conference 2017!

Are you a community member, educator, or city official looking to build a sustainable health or physical activity program? Choices is a conference celebrating food, health, and collaboration featuring inspiring keynotes, diverse breakout sessions, and networking opportunities for people working with low income populations. Organized by the Michigan Nutrition Network, Choices 2017 is being held

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Apply for a 2017 Mini Grant!

  We’re pleased to announce that applications for our 2017 Mini Grant funds are now open. This year, Mini Grants will be submitted electronically through the MFF Grant Portal, and are due on March 10, 2017. Are you interested in creating a culture of walking and biking for students at your school? Already have a program that you want

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