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Prairie Fare: Try These 7 Questions About Sun Safety   ( 2020-06-04 )
Using a hat and sunscreen are a couple of ways to help prevent damage to our skin and, potentially, skin cancer.
Prairie Fare: Rhubarb, Anyone?   ( 2020-05-28 )
You can use rhubarb to make sauce, jam, crisp, muffins and pie.
Prairie Fare: Where’s the Protein?   ( 2020-05-21 )
We all need protein as part of a nutritious, well-balanced diet.
Prairie Fare: Are You Exploring Your Freezer for Menu Options?   ( 2020-05-14 )
Most of the time, frozen food is safe, although it might be a little freezer-burned from dehydration.
Prairie Fare: Prepare Food Safely Regardless of the Number of Guests   ( 2020-05-07 )
Food safety is important no matter how many people gather.
Prairie Fare: I’m Spillin’ the Beans   ( 2020-04-30 )
Beans can be added to soups, casseroles, salads, snacks and desserts.
Prairie Fare: Take an International Educational Tour in Your Kitchen   ( 2020-04-23 )
Kitchens can be a learning laboratory.
Prairie Fare: Don’t Let COVID-19 Make You a Couch Potato   ( 2020-04-16 )
We should aim for 150 minutes per week of moderate to vigorous physical activity.
Prairie Fare: Food Storage Questions Abound in COVID-19 Pandemic   ( 2020-04-09 )
Many people have stocked up during the COVID-19 pandemic, while others are exploring cupboards, refrigerators and freezers for food to use up.
Prairie Fare: Enjoy More Family Meals During the Coronavirus Pandemic   ( 2020-04-02 )
Eating together as a family has many benefits.
Prairie Fare: Exercise Caution When Cleaning, Disinfecting in Time of COVID-19   ( 2020-03-26 )
Never mix a bleach solution with a household ammonia solution.
Prairie Fare: What’s in Your Home Food Pantry?   ( 2020-03-19 )
Check to see what you have in your pantry before buying more groceries.
Prairie Fare: Be Prepared Foodwise for Spring and Summer Disasters   ( 2020-03-12 )
Power outages, flooding, fires and other disasters can trigger food safety issues.
Prairie Fare: Prom Dress Dilemma Brings Coronavirus Impact Home   ( 2020-03-05 )
We can take steps to reduce our risk of becoming ill from a variety of viruses.
Prairie Fare: Cancer Screening Can Save Your Life   ( 2020-02-27 )
About one-third of people are not up to date on their health-care screenings.
Prairie Fare: How Do Cafeteria Choices Influence Our Diet and Health?   ( 2020-02-20 )
We don’t have to eat a boring diet to maintain our weight, but we do need to think about our food choices.
Prairie Fare: Ask Yourself Some Heart-health Questions   ( 2020-02-13 )
February is American Heart Month, which is a good time to think about your health and how to improve it.
Prairie Fare: Can You Guess the Vegetable?   ( 2020-02-06 )
Americans eat nearly 9 pounds of this vegetable per year.
Prairie Fare: How Often Do You Eat Fish or Shellfish?   ( 2020-01-30 )
We should eat at least 8 ounces of fish/shellfish per week.
Prairie Fare: What’s Your Game Plan for Food Safety on Game Day?   ( 2020-01-23 )
A calibrated food thermometer is one way to help ensure food safety.
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Spotlight on Economics: Spotlight on Economics: COVID-19 Brings Renewed Debate About Legislating Externalities  (2020-06-03)  COVID-19 has us reconsidering personal liberties on many fronts.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: Try These 7 Questions About Sun Safety  (2020-06-04)  Using a hat and sunscreen are a couple of ways to help prevent damage to our skin and, potentially, skin cancer.  FULL STORY
Dakota Gardener: Dakota Gardener: Phenology – It’s All About Timing  (2020-06-02)  The NDSU Extension forester discusses the timing of trees’ bud break in the spring.  FULL STORY
 
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