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The USDA has approved the serving of food in South Dakota at school sites and non-congregate settings while public schools remain closed during the COVID-19 outbreak. Different communities throughout the state are using programs to provide meals to kids that may not have access to food while school is closed.
With changes to the schedules and day-to-day activities of our lives, we may be looking for ways to include the goodness of home-cooked meals for ourselves and our families. One-pot meals can be the answer.
We all experience a variety of stress in everyday life. One way to reduce unnecessary stress is the plan meals in advance.
When faced with unexpected events, such as a health crisis or natural disaster, planning meals and grocery shopping often comes to mind along with questions: What should I plan to make? What groceries do I need?
Double Up Dakota Bucks doubles the value of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as SNAP, benefits when used on fresh fruits and vegetables.
This summer, communities across South Dakota will be serving free meals to children, to ensure good nutrition and growth. The USDA Summer Meals Programs works with the South Dakota Department of Education, Child and Adult Nutrition Services office to make sure that when school lets out children are well-nourished throughout the summer.
January 31, 2020
SDSU Extension Food & Families Program Director Suzanne Stluka is a recipient of the 2019 Dr. April Brooks Women of Distinction Award, recognizing her for leadership and service to South Dakotans throughout the state.
Sometime in your life, you or someone you know might find yourself looking to supplement the food supply that you have access to.
Drying or dehydrating gives you the ability to extend the life of your fresh foods to enjoy later.
With a little planning and meal preparation, you can have some healthful meals on hand for time crunches and drop in guests.