Community: We encourage creative ideas and are interested in projects that promote long-lasting and sustainable change. One way to encourage active transportation, for instance, is to increase the amount of bike racks in communities. Increasing bike racks encourages people to ride their bikes and include more physical activity in their daily routines. Another way to stimulate healthy communities is through
community gardens. If you are interested in starting a garden in your area, SHIP is able to help.
Please visit this link to learn more about the SHIP Community Strategy:
Worksite Wellness: Wellness in the worksite is important for not only the employees, but the employer as well. Comprehensive worksite wellness programs have been estimated to return from $3 to $6 for every $1 spent. Focusing on the areas of healthy eating, physical activity, reducing tobacco use/exposure
and offering breastfeeding support are great ways to support employees’ health at work.
To read some SHIP worksite wellness success stories, please visit:
If you are interested in some of the opportunities listed, for more information please contact:
Karissa Studier, SHIP Coordinator
507-437-9740 or 507-440-6898
EQUIPPING communities to grow sustainable wellness solutions
EMPOWERING people to create a culture of wellness where they live, work, play and learn
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