WIC Project FRESH
WIC-eligible individuals receive coupons to purchase fruits and vegetables from local farmers markets. Participants learn how to choose produce that is locally grown, ideas for preparing fruits and vegetables, storage and preservation for fresh fruits and vegetables and how to increase their fruit and vegetable intake.
WIC Project FRESH was created by the Farmers Market Nutrition Program and operates currently in Michigan through the Michigan Department of Community Health.
WIC Project FRESH is an educational program providing participants with coupons to purchase locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables at participating farmer’s markets. WIC Project FRESH also teaches participants about food preservation.
WIC Project FRESH can help you learn how to:
- Choose locally grown produce
- Prepare a fruit or vegetable in a new way
- Store and preserve fresh fruits and vegetables
- Increase fruit and vegetable consumption
- Find other community resources that can benefit you
(See Reports for specific yearly information)
Contact us for more information:
May 21, 2018 | Sarah Rautio | Vegetables and fruit can provide calcium and gardening offers sunlight to help your body absorb it.
October 5, 2015 | Becky Henne and Heather Dyer | It is important to use any Project FRESH or Market FRESH coupons before the Oct. 31 deadline.
Jun 6, 2018 | Frankenmuth Farmers Market 534 N. Main Street Frankenmuth, MI 48732
Jun 7, 2018 – Jun 7, 2018 | Kalkaska County DHD 10, 625 Courthouse Dr NW, Kalkaska MI
Jun 20, 2018 | Novesta Church of Christ 2896 Cemetery Rd, Cass City, MI 48726
Jun 23, 2018 | City Market 401 Center Avenue Bay City, MI 48708
Jul 9, 2018 | Gladwin County MSU Extension 555 W. Cedar Street Suite A Gladwin, MI 48624
Jul 12, 2018 – Jul 12, 2018 | Kalkaska County DHD 10, 625 Courthouse Dr NW, Kalkaska MI 49646
Jul 19, 2018 | City Market 401 Center Avenue Bay City, MI 48708