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Growing Healthy Children
One Oklahoma Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher has made it her own crusade to help a new generation learn how to eat better.
Farm to School Helping Shawnee Students
Value Added: For many children, the most nutritious meals are when they are at school. Thanks to a program called Farm to School, lunches at Shawnee Public ...
Kathleen Merrigan - Farm to School
Value Added: We visit with USDA Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merrigan about the importance of better nutrition in our schools.
Chris Kirby - Farm to School
Value Added: We visit with the coordinator of the Oklahoma Farm to School Program, Chris Kirby, about why learning where our fruit and vegetables come from is ...
Eat Right
Francis Tuttle Tech Center in Oklahoma City is teaching more than just technology this summer…they're teaching children the fine art of cooking healthy.
Food for Life
Increasingly we are seeing a connection between obesity and poverty but a new Tulsa-based program is designed to increase the food security for some families ...
Interview with Stephen Eberle - Food for Life
We visit with Stephen Eberle, director of Food for Life, about how to help those who are living in poverty eat healthy.
Kid's Garden
We introduce you to Jeff Coleman, Norman Public Schools district chef, about how he is teaching children early on to appreciate their veggies from the ground ...
Obesity in Oklahoma
When it comes to obesity, the state of Oklahoma ranks fourth nationwide. A startling distinction that is leading the state's Department of Health to take ...
Farm to School Helping Shawnee Students Eat Healthier
For many children, the most nutritious meals are when they are at school. Thanks to a program called Farm to School, lunches at Shawnee Public Schools are ...
Chris Kirby - Farm to School Program
We visit with the coordinator of the Oklahoma Farm to School Program, Chris Kirby, about why learning where our fruit and vegetables come from is so important.
Food for Life
Increasingly we are seeing a connection between obesity and poverty but a new Tulsa-based program is designed to increase the food security for some families ...
Farm to School
School lunches are getting a little healthier this fall thanks to Oklahoma's Farm to School program and it's a win-win for both farmers and students.
Interview with Chris Kirby - Farm to School
We visit with the director of Oklahoma's Farm to School program, Chris Kirby, about how the program has really taken off.
Hottie Toddie
From baking cakes in her kitchen one year to selling them around the country the next, Richelle Jacks is a good example of how even the smallest business can ...
Food Safety
Ensuring the food we eat is safe is somehting Oklahoma's Department of Agriculture does on a daily basis, and as we continue to import more of our food, that ...
Nonna's
One Oklahoma restaurant has taken using more locally grown food a step further in a groundbreaking process that starts in a greenhouse and ends up as part of a ...