Burleigh County Extension
You may have heard a lot of buzz about going green for the environment, but can you go green for your health? Of course you can! Add extra green vegetables and fruits to your diet to improve your health.
Researchers will share information to help you grow a beautiful yard and garden. We'll discuss timely issues on trees, shrubs, flowers, vegetables, fruits, and lawns. Question-and-answer opportunities follow each presentation.
Today, on National Ag DAY, take a moment to appreciate the agriculture that preserves our world, strengthens humanity and educates our youth.
Be sure you eat together as often as possible, and let your children see you enjoy vegetables of all kinds and colors. Share the adventure of trying new vegetables together. How about trying some roasted parsnips and sweet potatoes? How about grilling some veggie kabobs or asparagus this spring?
Join us for the day and learn how to Sew. These projects can be shown at the 4-H Achievement Days in July under fiber arts or clothing & textiles.
Head lice are small insects, singular is louse, which live on the scalps of people. They prefer warm, dark places and the host is a person, not animals. Nits are eggs of a louse that are attached to the hair shaft and hatch within seven to 12 days.
Here are some steps to help you "Bite Into a Healthy Lifestyle!". Ask yourself these questions and answer "Yes", "No" or "I'm trying." Track your answers for the scoring at the end.
February 23-28, 2015
Couponing has long been a consumer’s way to save money in the marketplace. But today’s couponing has stepped it up and gone high tech. Smart consumers do not want to miss out on these savings.
Whether at your doctor’s office or on the evening news, you’ve probably heard this phrase: “Eat a heart-healthy diet.” You likely will hear it even more often in February, American Heart Month. But what makes up a heart-healthy diet, and what are ways you can change your diet to incorporate heart-healthy foods?