New Executive Director


EATS welcomes Jenae Ridge as Executive Director beginning July 1, 2017. Jenae brings her passion for healthy food and experience working in the non-profit world to our growing organization. Ever since Jenae realized her passion of community growth through food,… Read More

A Harvest of Healthy Ideas


Check out our newest video – EATS discusses their creative approach to school nutrition programming.

DIG In! September 10, 2017 SAVE THE DATE!


The second annual Dinner-in-the-Garden, DIG In! will be held Sunday, September 10, 2017 at the Summit Community Gardens (SCG). EATS will once again partner with SCG to promote family and community eating in an awe-inspiring, natural setting with… Read More

Part-time Positions Available: Program Coordinators


EATS Park City is seeking four part-time Program Coordinators to help with Taste Tests (one position available) and Cooking Classes for Better Health (three positions available) in Park City, Utah. About EATS Park City Founded in 2013, EATS… Read More

Ann Bloomquist Co-Founder/Executive Director changes roles – again!


In 2013 when Ann Bloomquist approached Susan Odell about learning more about the Park City school food program, little did she know the hats she would wear over the next four years. Ann and Susan learned from then… Read More

Volunteer of the Year: Amy Heitman

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When you think of Amy Heitman, you immediately smile and are filled with warm feelings. Amy’s positive spirit shines through in all she does – which has been A LOT for EATS! Amy has  not only been EATS… Read More

Volunteer at Fork in the Road

Support EATS in a fun way by volunteering at Fork in the Road! It’s an amazing night that features interesting and delicious items all while raising funds for a good cause. This year’s event is on May 13th… Read More

Volunteer Spotlight: Taylor Briggs

University of Utah Health and Nutrition student, Taylor Briggs, has volunteered for EATS since learning of the mission in 2014. Taylor volunteers for EATS because she believes that “learning to eat healthy and trying different foods is so… Read More

Tower Gardens Delivered to Upper-Grade Schools

Teachers at Park City High School (PCHS) and Treasure Mountain Junior High have embraced Tower Gardens in their classrooms to be used in very creative ways. Students will benefit from these innovative-thinking instructors who will introduce them to… Read More

Ecker Hill Garden Club Students Tour Bill White Farms


Bill White guided middle school students through a tour of his farm where produce is grown and processed for his many local restaurants. Students got the opportunity to press apples into fresh, sweet-tasting cider which they fervently drank… Read More