Healthy Families and Communities
- Food Literacy and Healthy Lifestyles
- Scientific literacy (youth and adult)
- Positive youth development
Public Value: The HFC SI helps build our state economy, building the capacity and health of our people and communities.
Our Strategic Initiatives help unify, communicate and advocate for the work we do. Here's how the pieces fit together.
The HFC SI panel support this work by bringing a broad spectrum of expertise and practice to help identify key emerging issues. HFC emerging issues include:
- Childhood obesity
- Safe drinking Water - Outdated infrastructure and unreliable water supply
- K-12 Education - Low, unstable funding and poor student performance
- Public safety
See UC Delivers for examples of impact in HFC.
UC ANR members can share the impact of their work - it's easy. Click here to find out how.
See funding opportunities listed with UC ANR Contracts & Grants
See Opportunity & Matching grants (small grants to help with urgent time-sensitive needs)
When David Gibby founded the very first master gardener program in 1973, he had no way of knowing the tremendous impact master gardener volunteers...
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Turning catastrophe into positive: The San Bruno/SSF 4-H Club awarded a grant of $9,100 from the San Bruno Community Foundation.
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