Farm-to-School: Program Information for Farmers
Help support our farm-to-school program by getting involved in a variety of ways!
We believe that walkable neighborhoods with access to public transit, better commutes, and proximity to the people and places you love are the key to a happier, healthier and more sustainable lifestyle. Check out your neighborhood’s walk score here!
Bismarck Parks and Recreation District
Provides affordable, accessible, and sustainable public park and recreation services to our community. Check them out here! Additional FREE activities can be found here.
Share the Road
For many, walking and bicycling is a healthy, clean, economical, and fun transportation alternative. Active transportation (walking, biking, skating, etc.) enhances your physical health, mental outlook, and overall quality of life. However, it is important that we all share the road safely!
Learn more about staying safe, obeying local laws and various maps of active transportation facilities in our region.
Produce Donation Sites
Bismarck and Mandan are accepting garden vegetable and fruit donations through the Hunger Free North Dakota Garden Project. Find a list of locations here.
What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. In this venture, people purchase shares in a planned garden at the beginning of the growing season. The farmer plants, tends, and harvests the crop, supported by this community of shareholders. Shareholders then receive a share of the crop each week throughout the growing season. Click here for a list of our local CSAs.
Drop and Give Me 15
Go! wants to remind parents, students, and schools about the Drop and Give Me 15 initiative. By DROPPING your child off at school a little early, it GIVES them an additional 15 minutes of physical activity before the school day. Physical activity is a necessity for children; not just for healthy bodies, but for healthy minds that are ready to learn. Kids should aim to get at least 60 minutes of movement every single day.
Hold a Walking Meeting
Need guidelines to host your own walking meeting? Look no further, click here.