Show Your Partner Some Labor Day Love
Every parent needs a night off from time to time. Creating meals while entertaining children is challenging, but it can be enjoyable if you keep it simple. Let’s show our loved ones we’re in this together!
A Brief History of Milk
From milk’s humble beginning 10,000 years ago to modern innovations like pasteurization and flavorings, we’ll give you a glimpse into milk’s evolution from survival beverage into nutritious refrigerator staple.
Milk and Cereal for Breakfast: Villain or Victim?
Milk and cereal is an easy breakfast choice but it often gets a bad rap. Is cereal and milk healthy? A dietitian shares her advice on what to look for on food labels so you can enjoy milk and cereal again if you want to!
Kid-Friendly Kitchen Experiments that Make Learning Fun
Kitchen experiments are a fun way to teach kids about science, cooking, & geography. Making whipped cream, butter, Greek yogurt, and ricotta can be done with minimal supplies in your kitchen. Plus, they get to fill their bellies with their creations!
School Gardens: Growing More Than Just Fruits and Veggies
School gardens are a place to grow food but they also lay roots for environmental, math, science, and art education. Together, Organic Valley and the National Farm to School Network are providing schools resources to create or upgrade school gardens.
Healthy Family Dinner Solutions from a Dietitian
Dinnertime doesn’t have to be stressful! A dietitian and mom who understands the challenges that come with prepping dinner 7 nights a week shares tips for coming up with simple and nutritious organic meals that please everyone.