The garden at Bethany House will be maintained by staff and volunteers.
Just some of the vegetables that have gone from Farm to Table.
ReThink Your Drink information was handed out along with nutrition tips and healthy recipes.
Food tastings were offered along with healthy recipes to promote decreasing sugary beverages.
Oak Park Challenges Students to Eat Healthy
Planting Seeds for a Healthy Lifestyle
Taking Healthy to a Higher Level
Employee Wellness Program Inspires Healthy Lifestyle
NYS Master Food Preserver Training
Bethany House in Roosevelt
“Farm to Table” Increases Vegetable Consumption
Small Changes, Making a Big Fat Difference
Food Day Cook Off
Iron Chef Cook-Off Event
Cultivating a Healthy Culture of Wellness
Family Friendly Fun at the Freeport Laundromat
Making Laundry Fun at the Laundry Kingdom
HEALTHY CORNER STORE PROJECT - Weir’s Deli
Mega Fun at Mega Wash
Cooking Matters for Young Adults in Rehabilitation Center
What A Difference Food Demonstration and Tastings Make
Zahrine Bajwa, PhD
Issue Leader, SNAP Ed
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Last updated March 12, 2019
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