Audio: "Life is a Highway" by Rascal Flatts
Learn the basics of planting herbs.
Learn how to chop herbs and turn "ordinary" foods into "extra-ordinary" foods!
Audio: "Good Time" by Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen All the students in the district received a Beatrice Public Schools Fuel Up to Play 60 water bottle with an invitation prior to the event. The theme of the tailgate was "Don't Leave Your Tail Sitting at the Gate -- Fuel Up to Cheer Hard!" The tailgate marked the official start of the Fuel Up to Play 60 program. Johnson and Colgrove, along with volunteers, served healthy snacks. Kids who participated in the fitness stations at the tailgate received raffle tickets for prizes like a Ndamukong Suh-autographed football, a Mike Higgins-autographed football or prize donations from local businesses.
Have you ever kept track of how those tiny tastes of food throughout the day, especially over the holidays, can add up. Follow along and see for yourself! Learn more about healthy eating at our University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension website: http://food.unl.edu
Give a gift of holiday cheer with these hot beverage mixes. They're delicious and easy-to-mix. They are easy on your budget but make a "priceless" gift. Download the related recipes at: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/pubs/yf/foods/fn1625.pdf
Give a cup of holiday Cheer with these beverage mixes. Delicious drinks that don't break your budget! Download the recipes at http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/pubs/yf/foods/fn1625.pdf
Extra calories can sneak in over the winter holidays. See how fast they can add up! Download a FREE, related PowerPoint at http://food.unl.edu/web/fnh/tiny-tastes-pp
Bim Nelson, President of the Bassett Livestock Auction in Bassett Nebraska. Bassett Livestock Auction broadcasts cattle auctions live to increase customer base to 48 states. Need to look ahead and stay on the cutting edge to remain competitive.
This video takes you through some aerobic exercises you can do anywhere with no special equipment needed. If you need to decrease your intensity at any time, slow down and take longer breaks in between each exercise. To learn more about physical activity, visit http://www.cdc.gov/physicalactivity/everyone/guidelines/adults.html. Talk to your doctor if you have not been physically active on a regular and consistent basis for more than a year or you have a chronic health condition such as heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, or other symptoms before starting a physical activity program.
(NOTE: When canning foods, it is important to know your local altitude. Your altitude determines the amount of pressure (pressure canner) or time (boiling-water canner) for your food. If you don't know the altitude of your location, check with your local Extension office -- find a list of offices across the United States at: http://www.csrees.usda.gov/Extension. Or check with your local planning commission or zoning office, or on a webpage about your town or city.)<br /> <br /> Canning might be considered an art as well as a science. As such, we often want to let our creative side take over! We create own recipes, improvise regarding equipment and supplies, and may make decisions based on half-truths. If you’re a beginning canner or even an advanced canner, see how up-to-date you are on canning before you get out that boiling water canner or pressure canner. Or if freezing is your choice … before you start searching for freezer containers. For more information about canning and freezing, visit our University of Nebraska-Lincoln website at http://food.unl.edu/preservation (This video is based on peer-reviewed materials)
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