With school out for the summer, many children may miss out on a meal they normally would receive through USDA’s school meals programs. Florida’s at-risk children now can have meals all summer long.
The Summer Break Spot Program, also ... READ MORE
June 12, 2015, Release for the Tallahassee Democrat
By Molly Jameson
Blueberry bush heavy with blueberries on the brink of ripening. Photo by Molly Jameson
Nestled just three miles from the courthouse in downtown Monticello, ... READ MORE
Rarely do I hear the phrase “school's out” and not think of my own summers of fun and, of course, Alice Cooper’s 1972 major hit single “School's Out for Summer” – does that age me?
In fact, “word” has it that Alice Cooper said ... READ MORE
Can you believe that the kids are almost out of school for the summer? With kids in the house all summer, get ready for those constant snack attacks, followed by “mom (or dad)…there’s nothing good to eat.”
Just because its ... READ MORE
May 28, 2015
Photos by Cassie Dillman
Last Sunday, before I even crawled out of bed, I had already purchased fresh local strawberries, crisp local sugar snap peas, South Georgia grown pecans, fresh fragrant local basil, ... READ MORE
On March 4, 2015 the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) unveiled a new Safer Choice label/logo, which makes it easier to find household cleaners and other home products that are safer, more environmentally friendly—and still get the job ... READ MORE
Spring cleaning of one’s home is a tradition dating back centuries that is tied to the vernal equinox – the first day of spring. At the spring equinox, days are approximately 12 hours long with day length increasing as the season progresses. ... READ MORE
It seems that we are rushing here and there, doing things at the speed of light. We may find ourselves consumed by work, meetings, school, sports practice for the kids… an endless list of things to keep us active, stressed, and often frantic.
Life ... READ MORE
In the early '70s, Gary Iskowitz was doing graduate work as well as teaching tax law while working for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Mr. Iskowitz saw a growing problem with questionable tax preparers who were scamming low-income people ... READ MORE