After spending time at Real Food Farm, Communications Intern Tavon Johnson wants to know: Why aren't we thankful for food every day? Why is an appreciative mode of thinking largely reserved for one day in the entire year?
The crew leaders for our Mission Thrive Summer program work alongside the youth participants, leading, teaching and mentoring them. Get to know our 2015 crew: Morgan, Kyle, Lydia, and Jeremy.
When conflicts arise among the high school students in our youth summer program, Mission Thrive Summer, they’ll use a proven, productive method called restorative conflict resolution. Learn about this collaborative approach to problem solving.
The Institute for Integrative Health in partnership with Civic Works’ Real Food Farm is just a week away from launching the third year of our youth summer program, Mission Thrive Summer.
This recipe for Italian chicken & barley stuffed peppers, prepared during our Five Times a Feast class, is a healthy, nutrient-rich twist on the classic meat and white rice variety.
Five Times a Feast, our newest community program, kicked off its first eight-week session. Participants from Amazing Grace Lutheran Church gathered to learn about healthy eating and cook delicious meals for the week ahead.
Our new community program, called Five Times a Feast, shows participants in a fun and social setting, how to prepare healthy meals efficiently and affordably.
In a workshop led by the Institute's Brandin Bowden, educators and community leaders from across the country learned how we're preparing urban teens to lead healthy lives.
As our Mission Thrive Summer program concluded this week, participants shared their new knowledge by organizing a health expo in Baltimore that attracted more than 100 people. A visit from Kentucky YMCA's Y-Corps made for a fun surprise.
Mission Thrive Summer students will share what they've learned over the past six weeks at a public health fair of their own creation in Baltimore on July 1. See scenes from last year....
What’s the right way to butterfly a chicken breast, so it comes out thin and even? The expert, Chef Len King of McCormick & Co., showed participants of Mission Thrive Summer how to get it done.
More than 25 Baltimore City high school students started our Mission Thrive Summer program this week. The unofficial theme of day four: garlic! Check out these highlights...
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