With the new year, we often set a goal to improve our personal and family’s health. Have you given any thought to the air quality of your home, and how it impacts your family’s health?
Quality. This is my latest pet peeve as I have found it very frustrating to find quality products recently.
Tiny tastes can total big calories, and they don't always come in large portions!
Consider making 2013 the year to improve your personal health and wellness.
The importance of traditions.
With the high number of licensed hunters in the state, it is obvious that many people rely on game meat to sustain them through the winter, especially in rural areas.
Red, white, or pink Poinsettias make a great holiday gift that can last for a long time when cared for properly.
It you prepare mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving and you aren’t pleased with the end result, try some of the following tips for your next holiday meal. Maybe you will begin a new mashed potato tradition at your house – smooth or lumpy, that’s your choice!
This week starts the holiday season! That means family gatherings, holiday parties, and community events centered around delicious seasonal foods.
Amidst the crowds, holiday music, and overstocked shelves, it can be very overwhelming to find the appropriate gift for any age child whether or not it is on their wish list.
Wool is a truly unique fiber and makes a great choice for clothing that can insulate you from both cold and heat.
It is that time of year again when folks are thinking about roasting pumpkin seeds and chestnuts. To many folks, the cooler weather of autumn means a time to toast nuts and seeds.
At any time of year a slow cooker can make life a little easier, but the hint of cooler temperatures is often the time when cooks pull their slow cooker/crock pot out of storage.
A Somerset County 4-H'er travels to Madison, WI for the National Dairy Conference
How can family members help children who have experienced loss?
Studies show that early experiences in life impact adult leadership potential
If you think mainly of pumpkins when you think about fall and fall foods, you are missing out on the wide array of winter squash that will be coming to market in the next few weeks.
This time of the year it is very common to be “bugged” by several different types of insects. The key is to identify what type of “bug” you have and then take prevention and control measures to help decrease the number you might see next year.
Local 4-H members compete in Grand Island, Nebraska
There is nothing better than the taste of a tomato fresh from the vine.