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An Adaptable Process for Nebraska

The  Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services  partnered with S&G Endeavors on a four-year project that helped improve walkability in Nebraska. WalkNE created a state-wide coalition to address this issue and also facilitated local initiatives in 15 Nebraska communities

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Nebraska Walkable Communities Initiative Steering Committee Got It Right From the First Step

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Guest Blogger Manuella Hancock (www.mwhcopy.com) In 2014, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services set out to make increasing physical activity a statewide initiative, with a focus on helping communities prioritize walking, biking, and overall health. With the help

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CoffeeWithJeremy.TV transforms to better serve you (Check Out SGEConnections.TV)

The power of dialog, when coupled with the use of small group approaches, can help an organization create buy-in and increase ownership to the actions produced from discussions. Thursday December 21st we launched SGE Connections, a live monthly discussion designed

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Taking Implementation to the Next Level: Education, Training and Awareness for Walkable Communities

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“Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it.” Plato One of our clients, the Nebraska Walkable Communities Initiative, sponsored by the Nebraska Department of Health and

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In the Press – Nebraska is taking one step closer toward the “Good Life”

Check out a Recent post from Nebraska.tv, that highlights progress on the Nebraska Walkable Communities Initiative, described earlier this year in this S&G Endeavors blog post. As described by Michele Bever, Executive Director for South Heartland District Health Department and a key

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