HJM 34 (2001). This bill encourages the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Education to collaborate on increasing the use of New Mexico agricultural products in public school meals. One of the goals in New Mexico is to expand marketing and selling opportunities for the state’s farmers and ranchers. http://legis.state.nm.us/lcs/BillFinder.asp (SM 54, 2008)
Food Safety Laws. National Council of State legislatures.
An Assessment of Food Safety Policies and Programs for Fruits and Vegetables: Food-borne Illness Prevention and Food Security. Mechel S. Paggi
How Do We End Domestic Hunger? A Vision of Justice in the Snare of Charity. Dr. J. Larry Brown. Harvard School of Public Health. Maine Nutrition Council. Maine Dietetic Association
New Mexico Association of Food Banks. New Mexico Association of Food Banks. A seven member collaborative statewide organization that coordinates statewide food bank activities. The Association receives food donations. Programs include food distribution, fundraising, education and advocacy.
Roadrunner Food Bank. Roadrunner Food bank of New Mexico. The leader in the fight against hunger in New Mexico. Roadrunner Food Bank is New Mexico’s largest hunger relief organization. We operate a general food banking program, the nation’s largest fresh produce program, supplemental nutrition programs for children and seniors, government commodity program, food repackaging program, Native American Assistance, Food For Kids childhood hunger services. Each dollar donated helps us to provide up to 14 dollars worth of food products to the nonprofit agencies and clients we support.
New Mexico Voices for Children – A progressive, non-partisan organization that advocates to improve the health and well-being of children, families and communities in New Mexico. Our work to eliminate child poverty is focused by four core values: economic justice, healthy communities, citizen participation and human rights.
New Mexico Human Needs Coordinating Council – The statewide organization composed of over 1200 advocacy organizations, churches, clinics, pueblos, government agencies, service providers and individuals working together for 20 years to improve the quality of life for New Mexicans.
NM Human Services Department.
NM Farmers’ Market Nutrition Enhancement Program.
Closing New Mexico’s Food Gap Initiative.
Health – General
ABQ Area Indian Health Service
Association of Medical Students – UNM
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico
Health Care for All Campaign
Health Care for the Homeless
Lovelace Clinic Foundation
Lovelace Health Plan
Molina Healthcare of New Mexico
New Mexico Academy of Family Physicians
New Mexico Behavioral Health Collaborative.
New Mexico Chapter, American College of Physicians
New Mexico Hispanic Medical Association
New Mexico Hospital Association
New Mexico Human Services Department, Medical Assistance Division
New Mexico Medical Review Association
New Mexico Medical Society,
New Mexico Primary Care Association
New Mexico Veterans Administration Health Care System
Presbyterian Health Care Services
Presbyterian Insurance Company
Stroke Advisory Committee
United Healthcare—New Mexico
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
Health – Healthy Living
ABQ Alliance for Active Living City of Albuquerque
ABQ Prescription Trails
Alliance for a Healthier Generation
American Diabetes Association, New Mexico and El Paso Area
American Heart Association
Association of School Nurses
Bernalillo County Health council
Bicycle Coalition of New Mexico
Envision New Mexico
Grant County Health Council
Health Action New Mexico
Healthy Kids! Healthy Las Cruces
Inter-Agency Working Group on Obesity
National Dance Institute
New Mexico Action for Healthy Kids
New Mexico Association of School-Based Health Centers
New Mexico Chronic Disease Prevention Council
New Mexico Department of Health
New Mexico Diabetes Advisory Council
New Mexico Dietetic Association
New Mexico Health Care Takes On Diabetes
New Mexico Healthier Weight Council
New Mexico Public Health Association
NMSU Nutrition Education
No Child Left Inside
Nutrition Education Association
Paso del Norte Health Foundation
Safe Routes to Schools
SCOPE Health Council
Silver City Walkability and Accessibility Group (WAAG)
South East Heights Health Coalition
Southern Area Health Education Center (SoAHEC)
UNM CHILE Project
Zia New Mexico Association of Diabetes Educators
UNM Nutrition Club. The UNM Nutrition Club is a chartered student organization whose purpose is to provide an opportunity for Nutrition / Dietetics students to become familiar with their future profession through the university educational setting, as well as the professional community setting. Membership is open to all students who have completed one nutrition course and have an interest in nutrition.
UNM PIRG a non-profit, non-partisan consumer and environmental advocacy group. NMPIRG is part of a nationwide network of PIRGs, which bring student activism to 35 states and more than 70 campuses nationwide. NMPIRG works on issues of consumer advocacy, citizen participation, and environmental and social awareness.