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Anna Tvedt

SDSU Extension Farm to School Nutrition Field Specialist


SDSU Extension Mitchell Regional Center
1800 E Spruce
Mitchell, SD 57301

Anna is a registered dietitian with a masters degree in nutrition and exercise sciences and a background in horticulture based in Mitchell. Anna provides expertise on the three components of farm to school: 1) local procurement, 2) education, and 3) youth gardens. In addition to farm to school, Anna's work includes sustainable food systems, farmers markets, and more topics related to nutrition.

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Mitchell Regional Center

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