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Be an advocate for WIC and Child Nutrition! Nutrition First advocates in many different ways, and we need your help. You can be an advocate by telling others about WIC, writing or calling your elected officials, sharing information about WIC and even visiting our representatives in Olympia or DC!

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Advocacy Alerts

Post Election

Election 2016 was historic in many regards. Emotions and opinions are running high right now.  You are doing important work to provide hope, and keep America great and strong.  Where do we go from here? We continue doing what we do - showing up to serve - in...

Washington State Food Systems Roundtable

Have you heard about the Washington State Food Systems Roundtable?    The Food Systems Roundtable is a private public partnership working to craft a 25 year vision for Washington’s food system. They have developed a DRAFT vision and strategies to achieve a sustainable...

National Farmers Market Week

We love Farmers Markets! Nutrition First would like to collect statements of support from WIC Participants, Farmers, WIC Staff and community members to show why we support the WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program. The Statements will be shared with Washington State...

Hunger Action Day Report

Hunger Action Day – January 22, 2016 – by Brooke Pugliese, Nutrition First Board of Directors “In the U.S. today, 15 million children face hunger – that’s 1 in 5. Chances are someone your child goes to school with struggles to get enough to eat.” Wow! Is this reality?...

2016 Advocacy Days

January 22, 2016 – Hunger Action Day February 8, 2016 – Food and Farming Day Have a Heart for Kids Day – TBA Please contact Carolyn Conner at executivedirector@nutritionfirstwa.org if you are interested in participating in any of these days.

Child Nutrition Reauthorization Update

CNR Outlook: Senate Agriculture Committee leaders have announced that their panel will mark up a Child Nutrition Reauthorization (CNR) bill in January. See “Roberts, Stabenow: Child Nutrition Top Priority in New Year,” 12/16/15. Urge CNR Priorities: FRAC’s Legislative...

2015 Child Nutrition Reauthorization Priorities

Child nutrition programs play a key role in the health and educational readiness of Washington’s children. Child Nutrition Reauthorization in 2015 should build upon the effectiveness of current programs, address gaps in service, strengthen nutritional standards and...

Upcoming Events

 

Annual Advances in Lactation Conference

09/17/2018 @ All Day – “Breastfeeding in the 21st Century” Monday, September 17, 2018 The Mountaineers Center 7700 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115   Register Here   Keynote Speakers: Nancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC, FILCA and Joy MacTavish, MA, IBCLC, RLC, ICCE Agenda Doors open at 7:30 Event start: 8:00am Event end: 4:00pm Registration Fee $145 IBCLC credits applied for. A […]

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Spring Nutrition Conference – Hot Topics in Nutrition – May 16 – Seattle

05/16/2018 @ 8:15 am – 4:00 pm – Spring Nutrition Conference – Hot Topics in Nutrition   Final Agenda      

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Recent Job Postings

 

Yakama Nation – Tribal Nutritionist

Tribal Nutritionist Hourly Rate: $18.58-$21.32 DOQ Job# 2018-138 Close Date: Open Until Filled The Yakama Nation is currently seeking a Registered Dietitian (RD). Responsibilities include nutrition assessment, counseling and education for individuals and groups. Qualifications include BS in Nutrition or Dietetics; credentialed as an RD. For information & application  www.yakamanation-nsn.gov or contact Yakama Nation Human […]

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Nutritionist/RD – Aberdeen WA

Sea Mar Community Health Center is a health care organization serving the residents of King, Skagit, Snohomish, Pierce, Clark, Whatcom, Thurston, Franklin, Grays Harbor, and Island Counties. Please visit our website at www.seamar.org. We are recruiting for the following position(s).    ABERDEEN Posting #17106-Nutritionist-RD: Full-time Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) needed to work in our outpatient […]

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