Written by Dustin Stegen, MS, SNAP-Ed Program Coordinator As we all know, or for some who have willfully forgotten, Valentine’s Day is here again. Valentine’s Day is a great time in which we tell our loved ones how much they mean to us in a special way. Our love can go out to our friends,… Continue reading Caring for your Sweetheart
Written by Ranae Aspen, Associate Educator Beginning a garden does not need to be cumbersome. With a few tips and guides, you can have fresh vegetables on your table this summer. Gardening begins with a plan, equipment and a little creativity. Begin the thought process by assessing the space that you have. Gardening can happen in… Continue reading Gardening for the Health of it!
Written by Laura DeWitt, RD, Extension Assistant Eat this, don’t eat that. . .Each day we receive many – often conflicting – messages about healthy eating from the media and each other, which can make separating fact from fiction a challenge. Many common nutrition myths are based partly on facts that have been distorted, which… Continue reading Nutrition Myths and Facts