August 26th, 2015
With fast food and pre-packaged food so readily available, one local program is teaching people how to make cost-effective and healthy meals while using food supplied by a local park, all at no cost to the participants.
The University of Georgia’s Extended Food Nutrition Education Program, located in Houston County, serves low-income families in the Middle Georgia area, including Cochran, Pulaski, Dooley, Crisp, Wilcox and Houston counties.
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An overview of our morning at the busy market in Accra during our first day in Ghana!
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