Fort HealthCare is committed to serving the people of Jefferson County. We are dedicated to following our mission statement in improving the health and well-being of our community.
We have provided you with the tools and resources to encourage the community to eat locally sourced and fresh foods from the ground as well as leave behind the over processed, packaged foods.
*The second Jefferson County School Garden Summit is coming March 9th, 2017 from 4:00-7:00pm at UW-Whitewater’s University Center Room 275, with doors opening at 3:00pm! Registration is free and all are invited to attend.
*Jefferson County school gardens are in need of volunteers! New in 2017, the Adopt-a-Garden Corporate Support Program for the gardens in your organization’s community, an opportunity to gather a group of employees, boost overall engagement, and foster community partnerships. More information will soon be displayed. For more information, please call 920-568-5244.
Below, our interactive map depicts Jefferson County and all of its major communities. To interact with our Locally Grown Foods map, click on the cities to find where you can access locally grown food options near you.
Here in Jefferson County, WI we have embarked on a mission to improve the quality of food served in the schools with the help of National Farm to School AmeriCorps members and experts. Through an initiative titled “Eat Here Eat Well”, previously serving as an active coalition, Jefferson County schools, health professionals, farmers, local gardeners, and other community advocates are partnering to make locally grown and healthy foods more accessible in our environments. This organizational change will help Jefferson County achieve its vision to be the healthiest in Wisconsin!
Visit CountyHealthRankings.org to see Jefferson County’s ranking for 2016!
Visit Eat Here Eat Well and the Jefferson County Healthy Community Coalitions at FortHealthCare.com/Community-Coalitions.