Fun & Healthy Facts
Healthy kids feel good, have lots of energy, and grow up healthy and strong. Fit kids are physically active every day. Being a healthy and fit kid also means eating 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables every day, so make sure you eat your fruits and vegetables everyday.
Delivering Nutrition Naturally
NPGA is making it easier to learn how to eat the right foods and live a better, healthier life. Pulses - can make better and healthier lives.
In this section you will find fun facts and information on pulse nutrition and crops.
Choose My Plate
Before you eat, think about what goes on your plate. Food like vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and lean protein foods contain the nutrients you need without too many calories. Click the link below to find options to try to keep you on track for a healthier you. ChooseMyPlate
ND FFA & You, Producing Futures
Enroll in the Producing Futures program today by making a production-based, tax-deductible donation to the ND FFA Foundation and proudly display this field sign showing your support. For over 80 years, production agriculture has been the foundation from which ND FFA attributes its outstanding legacy for developing premier leadership, personal growth, and career success amongst its over 4500 members. There is no better way to ensure this strong tradition continues than to enable the land to continue to produce our future. For information, contact your local FFA chapter, visit us at www.ndffafoundation.com
and click Producing Futures, or call Beth Stenehjem 701.224.8390 or Tam Maddock 701.212.5235.
Little Sprouts & Educators
Keeping children healthy can be an ongoing challenge with the prevalence of germs and illness in a variety of environments. An understanding of common childhood illnesses and how to prevent them can help manage children’s health. Vaccinations are one important defense against childhood illness. A healthy diet and regular exercise are also effective for keeping children healthy. Cleanliness and frequent hand-washing are important defense measures for stopping the spread of germs.
This section has lots of fun facts, games and information for little sprouts on pulse crops through the NPGA Activity Books to ND Ag Mag publications. Click the links below to start having fun.
The Ag Mag
The Ag Mag’s information and activities are geared toward the state’s third-, fourth- and fifth-graders. This magazine is one of the N.D. Agriculture in the Classroom Council activities that helps students learn more about North Dakota agriculture in science, math, language arts, social studies and other classes.
Visit these websites for more fun and games!