Physical Activity and Nutrition Program

Mission: To increase the number of Kansas residents who have the knowledge, motivation, and opportunity to make lifestyle choices that promote healthy eating and increased physical activity through state level leadership and coordination that reaches into communities across the state.

Physical Activity and Nutrition Brief

Capitol Midweek Farmers Market
The Capitol Midweek Farmers Market promotes increased consumption of fruits and vegetables, active living among adults in the workplace by providing walkable access to fresh produce, and direct marketing of Kansas foods.

Capitol Midweek Farmer's Market

Kansas Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (KSFMNP) |

Kansas Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (KSFMNP)
The Kansas Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program provides fresh, nutritious, unprepared, locally grown fruits, vegetables, cut herbs and local honey from farmers markets and roadside stands to low income seniors. The program is designed to increase consumption of fresh, Kansas produce and to aid in the development and expansion of farmers markets and roadside stands.

Kansas Governor's Council on Fitness
The mission of the Governor's Council on Fitness is to encourage increased physical activity, healthy diets and tobacco use prevention by sharing information with Kansans and partnering with businesses, schools and individuals to promote healthy lifestyles.

Kansas Governor's Council on Fitness

Get Active Kansas |

Get Active Kansas
The goal of Get Active Kansas! is to help Kansans realize the tremendous benefits of physical activity and to take action to achieve a greater level of physical activity. Specifically, Kansans will become more physically active, achieving 30 minutes of physical activity (60 minutes for kids!) most days of the week. Get Active Kansas! is sponsored by the Governor's Council on Fitness.

Capital City Wellness Project
The Capital City Wellness project is designed to increase daily physical activity among employees in Downtown Topeka and to promote the Capitol Midweek Farmers' Market as both a walking destination and a resource for increasing access to fresh, local produce.

Bureau of Health Promotion
1000 SW Jackson, Suite 230
Topeka, KS 66612
Fax: 785-559-4233