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Gain online access to the Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition and our full resource library
Receive our quarterly newsletter rich with in-depth reporting on issues, at times offering free CPE credits
Have a voice and advocate within the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics on important issues
Network, meet colleagues, and make lifelong friends that share your values and enthusiasm

The HEN Post Newsletter

HEN Post Summer 2019

Learn about the Regenerative Organic Label, upcoming CEU's, diversity in food systems, and more!

HEN Post Spring 2019

Within this issue, learn more about our newest HEN member in the spotlight, Sara Elnakib, RD, MP, CHES, who won the 2018 HEN Excellence Award in Hunger and Environmental Nutrition. Also in this issue, Shannon Pierson, MS, RDN describes strategies for how HEN members can help move food pantries toward healthier food options. Learn how student member Dimitra Kristina Thomopolous gives athletes tips about “Eating Healthy on a Budget.” Plus more, inside this issue.

HEN Post Summer 2018

Learn about palm oil and sustainability, Farm Bill and advocacy, GMO controversy, and much more!

HEN Post Spring 2018

In this issue learn more about drivers in the food system, tackling college food insecurity, helminth infections, a review of the legislative process and much more!
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HEN DPG Webinars

Jun 4, 2020

Food Security and Access During Coronavirus: A Vermont Study

We will share findings from a Vermont survey conducted shortly after the WHO declared that coronavirus is a pandemic. From a total of 3,251 respondences, we will provide general results regarding food access and security, the impact of coronavirus on Vermonters experiencing food security, as well as the impact of public health measures on employment and food in Vermont.
Apr 22, 2020

CANCELLED: Fighting Climate Change with Diet Change: Our Call to Action

From soil to seed to kitchen cabinet and beyond, please join Dr. Hawkins on Earth Day 2020 for a HEN-VN DPG collaborative webinar as she delineates the multitude of ways dietetics professionals can simultaneously cook up co-benefits that are critical solutions for planetary health.
Jun 13, 2019

Pilinaha: an indigenous framework for understanding community health

Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services (KKV) was founded in 1972 with the mission to work toward healing, reconciliation, and the alleviation of suffering in Kalihi Valley, an urban neighborhood in Honolulu, Hawaii, by serving communities, families, and individuals through strong relationships that honor culture and foster health and harmony. KKV aims to support positive outcomes for all we come in contact with through Pilinaha, or the Four Connections--an indigenous framework for understanding health.


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