The mission of Lake County California's Health Leadership Network ("HLN") is to provide innovative leadership to build system connections among service agencies and healthcare providers that identify best practices and seed change by:

  • Identifying and building upon local health resources
  • Connecting providers for efficient delivery of services
  • Promoting healthy practices in schools

The primary purpose of this website is to make healthy living resources available to Lake County residents and professionals.  We hope you will take a few minutes to browse articles, videos and links to other websites by clicking on the areas of interest listed in the left column.

The HLN website is a work-in-progress.  We expect to be adding resources and articles every week.  Please let us know if you don't find what you need or would like to submit additional information for posting.  Just send an email to hlnassistant@yahoo.com





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Saturday Morning Market at 
Steele Wines

May - October 2012

8:30 AM - Noon

2nd Edition

Oct 2013 Update: Lake County Grown is no longer in existence, though this food guide remains relevant.

The 2nd edition local food guide is primarily part of a countywide effort to promote  “Eat Fresh—Buy Lake County Grown”  by encouraging all residents to buy local first.  

You may have noticed promotional message on banners at local Farmers’ Markets, in newspaper articles featuring local farmers, the Online website to order year-round produce,  and local restaurants who support purchasing local produce. 

The food guide is another way to promote healthy food choices.  Eating widely from the array of fruit, vegetables and tree nuts available from local growers contributes to individual health as well as the health of our economy. 

Food is a basic essential of life, the more local food we produce and consume the more we bolster our health, local food  availability and food security. 

The Lake County Food Guide was funded by a CA Department of Food & Agriculture "Specialty Crop" block  grant.

Above photo is the Iron Cook-Off judges tasting and taking notes.  Click link below to see more pictures:   


Nature's "Farmacy!"

Take advantage of the bounty
of vitamins and antioxidants
available in local veggies,     
fruit and tree nuts!
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