Read more about them in CFAES’ “Chow Line” column. Then, watch CFAES educators Tim McDermott and Jenny Lobb make them in the video above (2:03).
Baking is sustaining. In a June 2 story on CNN, a New York farmer said amateur bakers “are saving his business.” Home bakers’ numbers are rising, the story said, in the time of COVID-19. Watch the story.
If you want to learn about baking bread, if you want to show your kids how to do it and help them do it while staying at home—call it a sustainable household practice—there’s an Ohio 4-H project book for that. Download it.
Ohio 4-H is CFAES’ statewide youth development program. (Photo: Getty Images.)
Chris Peterson of the Institute of Environmental Sustainability at Loyola University Chicago presents “Addressing Issues of Food Security through Integration of Curricula, Outreach and Service” from 4-5 p.m., Thursday, April 2. Free. Part of the spring seminar series of CFAES’s School of Environment and Natural Resources. Details.