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Garden safety for kids part 1: Getting ready for the garden
How to pick the best day for gardening.
Where does beef come from? Part 4 - An anatomical context
Knowing your way around cuts of beef can be useful when cooking, and can help guide you in achieving the flavor you enjoy.
Where does beef come from? Part 3 - A lesson in beef cattle breeds
Seven main breeds of cattle have come to be most commonly-used in the United States for beef production.
Where does beef come from? Part 2 - A vernacular lesson
We have all heard plenty of words for cattle and the bovine species, but what do those terms really mean?
Where does beef come from? Part 1 - A geographic perspective
The United States has the biggest grain-fed beef industry in the world, with several states taking the lead in production.
Putting local food on institutional menus creates delicious opportunities to get the season’s flavor
Beaumont Health System has embraced the opportunity to include Michigan fruit and vegetables on patients’ plates and cafeteria options!
What to buy the graduate or birthday boy or girl: Farmers market edition
Hectic summer schedules can leave Michiganders scrambling to find gifts during a season known for graduations and family gatherings - local farmers markets can help!
Radishes can add heat and variety to any garden
This sometimes-forgotten root vegetable is great for its unique flavor and low-maintenance growing.
“Do any of your vendors have watermelons?” Questions overheard at a Michigan farmers market
Even though Memorial Day weekend is the un-official start of summer it make take more time for your favorite summer fruits and vegetables to appear at your local farmers market, that is, from a local farm!
Meals on Wheels: MSU’s Eat at State food truck continues to promote local food systems
The Eat at State “On-the-Go” food truck continues to find success by using MSU-grown and locally made ingredients.