Co-founders Kath Gallant and Tracey Miller have taught together in many forums including the series of classes, Nourishing Wellness, an integrated approach to nourishing yourself through yoga dancing, and community to change habits. They also taught a five week course on Ethical Eating and a cooking and wellness class at the Exeter High School for food service directors on how to use more fresh herbs in their menu.
They launched the Food and Health Forum in October 2011 because they share a passion for empowering people through food and consciousness. Their goal is strengthen a diverse community that understands and cares about what they eat, where it comes from and how it affects their health. The Food and Health Forum offers cooking classes, dinner seminars, free cookbooks,online wellness challenges and conferences. If you are interested in a partnership, sponsorship or speaking role at an event, please contact us!
Giving back to the community! Kath and Tracey both support the Exeter High School community garden, and teach cooking classes at the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham. They also donate a portion of their income to local organizations such as NOFA-NH (Northeast Organic Farming Association-New Hampshire) and Seacoast Eat Local.
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Tracey Miller is the Director of the Food and Health Forum. She is a communication specialist, health coach, cooking instructor, freelance writer and has more than 25 years of experience promoting environmental, health and social issues, both globally and locally. She teaches cooking and wellness classes emphasizing seasonal foods and has worked with hundreds of moms to help them create healthier menus for their families. She started Citizens for Community Wellness, a grass roots group which helped launch a community garden and get more local food into Exeter school cafeterias. She helps manage her local Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), serves on the Board of the New Outlook Teen Center and participates in their Cook’s Corner program to provide healthy meals to the teens.She has an undergraduate degree in Public Relations, a graduate degree in International Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City. You can find more about Tracey at www.traceymillerwellness.com.
Kath Gallant, owner of Blue Moon Evolution restaurant, has been committed to providing seasonal, organic fare since 1995 to the seacoast of New Hampshire. A pioneer in the local food movement, Kath has been connecting with farmers through food, community and education.
She has won numerous awards and was named one of New Hampshire’s “remarkable women of cuisine” for all her great work to bring good food to the seacoast community in 2013! She also won the “Spirit of the Seacoast” award from the United Way for her commitment to the local teen center by inspiring teens and demonstrating the connection between the earth and their food with cooking classes and gardening.
Inspired by Alice Waters, Kath is a leader in the local food movement and serves food from nearly 60 farms in New England. She is privileged to work with her two daughters who help her run the restaurant. www.bluemoonevolution.com.