Professor Maret Traber is one of two Oregon State University researchers among the group of 2021 fellows announced by the American Society for Nutrition Foundation.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty in the Extension Family and Community Health Program have been finding ways to re-engage with people who attended in-person classes, workshops and events.
Growing Healthy Kids will have a new video lesson every Thursday until May 13, 2021. The video lessons give students opportunities to learn basic plant parts and encourage students to try a variety of fruits and vegetables using their senses.
Determined to find ways to continue supporting undergraduates, the Moore Family Center offered a paid summer fellowship in partnership with the OSU Extension Service.
Farm to School and School Garden programs across Oregon bring nutritious food to children, teaching them how to grow it and exposing them to the sources of their food.
Through the program, every dollar SNAP participants spend on eligible foods at participating farmers markets and grocery stores, they get an additional dollar to spend on Oregon-grown fruits and vegetables.
Kalapuya High School students partake in an adapted cooking class offered through a partnership with OSU Extension Service and FOOD For Lane County.