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For the 12.6 percent of South Dakota households living with food insecurity, programs like Voices for Food work with local volunteers and food pantries to ensure those they serve receive balanced options and fresh produce.

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SDSU Extension provides established and trusted research-based food preservation information.


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Food safety education is essential from field to table for entrepreneurs, consumers and businesses.

Food Safety

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Farmers Market

Farmers markets can help strengthen a community by stimulating the local economy and creating local entrepreneurial opportunities.

Farmers Market

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Nutrition & Health

A healthy and balanced diet is key to maintaining a full and active lifestyle.

Nutrition, Physical Activity, Health

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The BBQ Bootcamp program is designed to educate consumers about beef selection, preparation, and use in meals. View this series of videos to learn more about choosing and safely preparing a variety of beef cuts.