“By the Sea” Arts and Seafood Festival

The SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium was at the “By the Sea” Arts and Seafood Festival and provided outreach on cigarette butt pollution in the oceans and how that, in turn, affects the food that we harvest and eat – fish and other seafoods.  Other items discussed and shared were quitline materials for the Alaska Quitline, National Native Network cards, HPV vaccination information and giveaways, healthy eating resource guides, programs offered at SEARHC HP and also raffled off some “Foods we Enjoy,” an Alaska cookbook.




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