Striving for a Healthier Generation

EATS is dedicated to empowering and growing healthy communities with fun, food, and nutrition advocacy.

Join EATS on May 30th for What the FORK!?

There are more than 1,300 children in Summit County facing food insecurity, many of them in our greater Park City community.

Support EATS' food security efforts by joining in the "My House" Community Takeout event on May 30th in partnership with Twisted Fern, Tupelo, Hearth and Hill, Savoury Kitchen and High West.

The My House Community Takeout has been crafted to bring our community together while we stay apart and ultimately help raise much-needed funds to provide healthy food options for those in need.

Featured News

Why Choose Native Plants?

May 18, 2020

When you hear things like “choose native plants for your yard,” what does this really […]

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EATS Updates, Gardening Classes & What the FORK!?

May 15, 2020

Thank you, everyone, for your bountiful support over the years. Because of your belief in fresh, nutritious […]

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Meals for Mom

May 8, 2020

There’s no better way to make your mom feel like one of a kind than […]

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EATS Update: GivingTuesdayNow, New Posts, Recipes & More!

May 5, 2020

Thank you, everyone, for your bountiful support over the years. Because of your belief in fresh, nutritious […]

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About EATS

By teaching our kids how to make healthier choices, we hope to generate lifelong habits that promote health and well-being, leading to happy and successful adults.

Get Involved

Passionate about food and kids? Support EATS by sharing your time and talents! Help out with hands-on, educational activities or collaborate at the administrative and planning level.

Donate

As a non-profit organization, EATS relies on community contributions, sponsorships and grants to sustain our educational and promotional efforts toward healthy kids. We appreciate your support!

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