The Texas Feeding Minds Project is an awareness effort of Texas PBS Stations to combat childhood obesity and hunger in Texas. The project is bringing attention to environmental and behavioral factors surrounding the two often overlapping problems and will provide information and resources via on-air, online and community outreach venues.



To take part in the Feeding Minds outreach effort, visit Feeding Minds YouTube Channel.  This effort, undertaken by four Texas PBS Stations, coordinated by KACV, and supported by a grant from Blue Bell Ice Cream, showcases what individuals and organizations are doing around the state to combat hunger and obesity.  


Texas PBS production

The production, titled "Feeding Minds: Texas Takes on Hunger and Obesity" will premiered on all Texas PBS Stations, including Panhandle PBS, on February 23rd, 2012.  Organized by KACV, the production highlights seven Texas cities to see what food banks, schools, community organizations, congregations and individuals are doing to combat childhood hunger and obesity.  The program is made possible by a grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas.

Panhandle PBS local production
Ellen Robertson Green hosted a panel discussion on these issues specific to the Texas Panhandle.
Texas Feeding Minds Resources

Feeding Minds YouTube Channel
Local Resources:
State and National Resources:
Basin PBS--I'm Not Hungry Anymore Resources

Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Sesame Street: Food for Thought

Texas PBS

Texas Health Institute 

Texas Hunger Initiative YouTube

Texas Hunger Initiative Facebook

Texas Hunger Initiative Twitter

Texas Hunger Research Project

Texas Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition 
United States Department of Agriculture