These websites archive their recorded food, nutrition, & agriclutural webinars.
The National Farm to School Network hosts webinars quarterly. They focus on early childhood education, partnerships, Farm to school in native communities, capitalizing on volunteers and so much more. Click this link to explore to search their resource archives.
Check the National Good Food Network’s archived webinars about Social Justice and Food Access.
Healthy People 2020 archives all their webinars (including those about nutrition) https://www.cialissansordonnancefr24.com/cialis-en-pharmacie/ throughout the years. Click here to see topics, recordings and PowerPoints.
Villanova’s College of Nursing hosts nutrition and wellness webinars through their McDonalds Center for Obesity Prevention and Education. Upcoming webinars are listed here. Previous ones are archived here.
Change Lab Solutions encourages community-wide changes to prevent diseases like diabetes, obesity, heart disease, cancer asthma. Search food- and nutrition-related key words for awesome recorded webinars in their archive.
Review SNAP-Ed Connection's list of webinar achrives for nutrition professionals working with the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Population.
Free webinar recordings are available to registered dietitians that are a part of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). This list is focuses on easy access to healthy foods in schools, food banks and other locations with food insecure populations.
The “Future of Food” initiative is run by a collaboration of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, The National Dairy Council, and Feeding America. The initiative is striving to connect nutrition and hunger relief professionals across the United States. Look to their resources, recipes, data, and webinars.
The US Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Services hosts lots of helpful webinars. They recordings are on their YouTube channel.
Check out Food Tank’s most recent New York City summit on food loss and food waste within the listing of Facebook Live posts. It brought food activists, industry and chefs together to discuss topics plaguing our food system today.