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Image for Baile Folklórico and Bicycles Keep the Central Valley Moving
Cultiva La Salud engages with community residents to help inform decision makers around improving access to healthy food and beverages and opportunities to be physically active. 
 
In 2016, Cultiva La Salud and Ceres Partnership for Healthy Children established a shared-use agreement which opened school space to residents in Ceres, a rural town in California’s Central Valley where nearly 70% of residents are obese or overweight. Today, 23,000 Latinos living nearby have increased their physical activity by participating in Bailoterapia, a form of aerobic dance akin to Zumba.

 

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