“The 5th Annual Florida Small Farms and Alternative Enterprises Conference promises to inform and inspire agricultural innovators. Join us August 2-4 in Kissimmee, Florida for farm tours, a trade show, networking opportunities, live animal exhibits, hands-on workshops, and delicious locally-grown food! Don’t miss this chance to learn more about farming as well as alternative enterprises such as beekeeping, hydroponics, grass-fed beef and more. You will have the opportunity to interact with other farmers and industry professionals and get all of your questions answered. Early bird registration discount is available. Register today at: http://www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/smallfarms/registration.html”
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In today’s busy world, many Americans find themselves cooking meals for one. Older adults and college students alike face the challenge of making meal preparation a priority when no one else is depending on them to create a balanced meal. Whether you pop a dish into the microwave after a busy day or spend time cooking a special meal for yourself, shopping for and preparing healthy, low-cost meals for one can be easy and enjoyable with just a little bit of planning. This 4-page fact sheet was written by Morgan Denhard and Wendy Dahl, and published by the UF Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, February 2013. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fs224
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Being Smart About Gluten and Gluten-Free Issues, Part 1: What Are the Health Concerns Surrounding Gluten?
Have you noticed food labels in our grocery stores over the last 10 years? They have changed significantly and sometimes read like a science textbook with new nutrition jargon. One newer term we see on products is “gluten free.” Are you an inquisitive consumer who asks what the big deal is about gluten free? Ask no more; this article is the first in a three–part series about gluten. Click on link for more information http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/wc133
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The Bay County Community Health Task Force spearheaded the 2012 Community Health Improvement Project. As part of the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnership (MAPP) process, the Bay County Community Health Improvement Plan serves to guide Bay County health care partners as they work together to address local health priorities. Click on link for more information.
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