Tag Archives: kids

A Grandparent’s Guide to Summer Activities for the Grandkids

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Let me set the mood: The Arizona sun is already heating up the day and my mom wakes me up early. It is summer, I’m twelve years old, and I’m about to head … Continue reading

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Kids Beware of Dessert!!!

By Kevann Jordan, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student  This article is for all those parents out there whose children love dessert and run from green foods. Let’s call it being a loving parent and not sneaky deceit (haha). I … Continue reading

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Three Moms Reveal their Struggle with Feeding their Kids

By Emily Carver, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student  Every parent tends to ask the same question, “what should I feed my kids?” It’s a daunting question and one that gets asked repeatedly as they continue to grow. With each … Continue reading

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A Message to Moms: Don’t Fear the Fear Tactics in Marketing

By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm Bureau Field Manager and southern Arizona rancher Hi, moms! In agriculture, we are moms too and we care about you. We understand that being a mom can be very fulfilling, but also very stressful. As … Continue reading

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Quick and Easy Applesauce

By Emily Carver, Arizona State University Nutrition Student  Maybe it’s just me, but sometimes thinking about making something I normally buy at the grocery store seems daunting. Making applesauce seemed daunting. Prior to making it, I thought there were several … Continue reading

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