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MPH student to evaluate the National Grange for potential partnerships

Lilly Anderson, a second-year MPH student in the health promotion health behavior track, received a grant from the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice to fund the collaborative project, “A scoping review of the National Grange: A community level resource with the capacity to increase the reach of public health promotion and prevention for rural residents.” This project will review existing research and work done with the Grange to identify avenues for partnerships in public health.