Roosevelt Staff Got Caught Eating Healthy!!!!!

By Project EAT Staff, February 26, 2015

Roosevelt Staff had a Valentines’ Day Party and it was all healthy.

We enjoyed healthy fruit and healthy salads.

The staff had a great time.

- by Kathy Tronvig


Treeview Elementary Students in Room 18 are Preparing Treeview's Spring Garden

By Project EAT Staff, January 29, 2015

Students overturned existing soil with Local Hero Veggie Mix, which contains Sandy Loam, Greenwaste Compost, Rice Hulls, Chicken Manure, Grape Compost, Fir Bark, and Cocoa Bean Hulls.


ProFRESHionals at Sheila Jordan's Retirement Dinner

By Project EAT Staff, January 07, 2015

Alameda County Office of Education bid a fond farewell to Sheila Jordan as county Superintendent last December at a retirement party hosted at the Oakland Museum of California.


SASYEP Intern Gets a new Leash on Life

By Project EAT Staff, January 06, 2015

Marieo arrived at his first day of orientation for the Summer and After School Youth Employment Program with one thing on his mind: he knew he wanted a job working with animals, preferably dogs.


Thank You Project EAT Student Workers of 2014

By Project EAT Staff, January 05, 2015

I’d like to thank all of our student workers employed in 2014 for helping grow healthier communities in Alameda County. Your enthusiasm, commitment and leadership have benefited the many lives you’ve touched.

Project EAT Interns get dressed up for the LipDub filming

Behind the Scenes at Tennyson's LipDub Filming

By Project EAT Staff, December 23, 2014

On Friday, December 19th 2014 the Tennyson High School Lancers filmed a LipDub to Macklemore’s song "Can't Hold Us."  Almost the entire school lined up to celebrate our school spirit and highlight all of the fun activities that students enjoy on


Get Fresh! Stay Healthy! Interns Move, Dance, and Play with Kaiser Pediatrics

By Project EAT Youth, December 23, 2014

On Thursday, November 20th, I was working at the Kaiser Hospital in Hayward. I set up and presented for the Move, Dance, and Play class which helps kids from ages 2 to 5.

Garden Mentors Harvesting Peas

Falling into Winter at San Lorenzo High School

By Project EAT Youth, December 18, 2014

As we move toward the Winter Solstice and a holiday break, San Lorenzo High School students and interns reflect on what they've accomplished so far this year!

Environmental Leadership Class


Using Root Vegetables for Art at Boys and Girls Club

By Project EAT Youth, December 16, 2014

The Boys and Girls Club at Colonial Acres made stamps using potatoes, turnips, and radishes for the people that inspire them. They also got to paint and use the radishes as a marker.


Health Fair at Hayward City Hall

By Project EAT Youth, December 15, 2014

I worked with Jade and Israel at the City Hall.  We worked on the sugar table with the cucumber water.  We were informing others about facts about sugar that people might not be aware of.  It was so much fun and we also got to learn information f