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- Cómo enseñarles a los niños sobre el dinero - 02/24/2015
Los niños deben aprender sobre el dinero cuando están todavía pequeños, independientemente del ingreso del hogar. Estos son algunos consejos para enseñarles...
From: $entido común alimenticio
- Teaching Kids About Money - 02/24/2015
Children should learn about money starting when they are young, regardless of household income.
From: Food $ense
- Nutrition Education - 02/04/2015
Nutrition education handouts WI developed 10-minute mini-sessions
From: StrongWomen™ Wisconsin
- 2015 Meat Curing School - 01/24/2015
On January 14-16, the Master Meat Crafter training participants gathered at the University of Wisconsin to attend the Meat Curing School where they learned...
From: Meat Science Extension
- January Harvest of the Month - Squash - 01/13/2015
Check out the January Harvest of the Month, and learn more about Winter Squash!
From: Rock County Farm to School
- Safe & Healthy: Apple Cider - 11/03/2014
When fall arrives, many of us look forward to enjoying fresh juice and apple cider. While most people think of juices as healthy foods, juice and cider could...
From: Safe and Healthy: Preserving Food at Home
- Covering Kids & Families (CKF) and UW-Extension provides current Affordable Care Act Information - 02/24/2014
Covering Kids & Families (CKF) and UW-Extension, Cooperative Extension, are teaming up to develop and share teaching materials for the Affordable Care...
From: Health Reform
- Healthy Food for All Summit - 11/08/2013
Thank you to those who attended! Thursday, March 27, 2014 Best Western Bridgewood Resort Hotel and Conference Center Neenah, Wisconsin The Summit Features:...
From: School Breakfast Program
- Vegetarian Stuffing - 11/16/2010
1 loaf day-old bread (multi-grain, nut, sourdough are tasty) 1 can (10 3/4 oz.) fat-free cream of mushroom soup 1 can (10 3/4 oz.) vegetable broth 1 teaspoon...
From: Healthy Cooking Recipe Guide