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Apr 23

The Benefits of Monday Family Dinners – How Bringing "Kids Cook Monday" to your School/Community may Lead to Healthier Outcomes

2:00 pm EDT

Presented by:

Nara Sandberg, Marketing & Partnerships Coordinator, The Monday Campaigns/The Kids Cook Monday

Cherry Dumaual, PR & Partnerships Director, The Monday Campaigns/The Kids Cook Monday

Through this webinar we will explain The Kids Cook Monday initiative and why it is beneficial to schools and communities. This important initiative focuses on parents and children cooking together to focus on healthy eating and healthy lifestyles. There are many benefits of children and parents preparing meals together, including better health and nutrition, academic skills, and the start of healthy behavior patterns. We will also explain why Monday is the best day to begin this practice, and convey effective ways to implement and maintain The Kids Cook Monday program.

Learning Objectives:
After this webinars attendees will be able to:
  • Understand and explain The Kids Cook Monday program
  • Implement and maintain the Kids Cook Monday program in schools and communities
  • Explain the benefits of the program to both parents and children
  • Find resources for implementing the Kids Cook Monday program
  • Explain the ‘Monday Effect’ and the benefits associated with it
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Apr 23

Understanding Climate's Impact on Soil

2:00 pm EDT

Join the North Central Climate Collaborative (NC3)'s upcoming webinar featuring South Dakota State University Extension Soil Field Specialist Anthony Bly. Bly will discuss the climate's impact on soil properties and what this means for producers, educators, and advisors.
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Apr 23

Addressing Mine-Scarred Land in the Upper Mississippi River Mining District

2:00 pm EDT

Discuss the potential impacts that mine scarred lands in the Upper Mississippi River Lead and Zinc Mining District are still having on local communities, efforts to integrate often forgotten mining records into current planning and development, and how the US EPA Brownfield program grants can be applied in these communities.

Presented by:Geoff Siemering and  Kyle Pepp  (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

There is no registration and no fee for attending this webinar. To join the webinar go to http://ncrcrd.adobeconnect.com/ncrcrd, “enter as a guest” is by default already chosen. Type your name into the text box provided, and click on “Enter Room”. You are now in the meeting room for the webinar.  To facilitate Q&A’s, participants submit questions/comments via the Chat Function in Adobe Connect.

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