Meet Your New England Dairy Farmers!
Meet Keis Orr, a fourth generation dairy farmer on Fort Hills Farm in Thompson, Connecticut. Keis works on her family's dairy farm every day with her parents, grandparents, siblings and other family members. Learn more about Keis and other dairy farmers from around our region by signing up for our Moo News Newsletter! Moo News is our new dairy farmer newsletter to schools that will answer students' questions about dairy farming in New England. Check out our inaugural issue and sign up for a newsletter from a dairy farmer in your state four times a year!
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Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador
Congratulations to Lily Ayotte, New Hampshire's Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador for being selected as one of Channel 7 (WHDH) Boston's Class Acts! Lily was chosen as Class Act for the work she is doing at her school to help her peers develop healthy eating habits at school. Lily was awarded an AdVenture Capital Grant last February to start a series of after-school cooking classes at Milford Middle School in Milford, NH where she works with students on incorporating healthy foods like low-fat and fat-free dairy, fruits, vegetables and whole grains into every day meals.
Learning Connection Summit
Dec.10th at Gillette Stadium.
Register your team!
Want to win a Fuel Up to Play 60 Super Bowl Party for your school?
Visit our promotions page to enter our contest by December 31, 2013!
CHECK YOUR STEPS!
The Six Steps provide an easy-to-follow game plan to guide you through the program. New England Dairy & Food Council will reward your school for each step you complete
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