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Thursday, May 25, 2023

¡Ahora en español! Recetas, actividades y recursos para los proveedores familiares de cuidados en el hogar

¡Ahora en español! Explore este nuevo recurso
Everything in Good Season (Todo en buena temporada) es una guía de farm to early care and education (ECE) (La agricultura en la atención y educación tempranas) orientada a entornos donde se cuidan a los niños en el hogar. Reúne los puntos de vista de los proveedores de ECE (atención y educación tempranas) para compartir consejos de suministros, recetas de temporada destacando el Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP, Programa de Alimentos para el Cuidado de Niños y Adultos) y actividades interesantes.
Este recurso gratuito, ahora traducido al español, es específico para las necesidades de grupos pequeños de niños en el hogar, pero también se pueden utilizar como inspiración para grupos de cualquier tamaño.

Ejemplo: Primavera

  • Creación de un huerto paso a paso  

  • Receta: zanahorias al jengibre 

  • Actividad: disfraz de frijol 
Para más información, contacte a:  

Meagan K. Shedd, mshedd@msu.edu

La National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (Fundación Nacional del Riñón de Michigan) ha contribuido a la producción de este recurso. Este trabajo está financiado por la W.K. Kellogg Foundation (Fundación de W.K. Kellogg) y la Association for State Public Health Nutritionists (Asociación de Nutricionistas de Salud Pública Estatal).  
¡Ayúdenos a divulgar la información! 
Envíe este mensaje y compártalo en las redes sociales. Etiquete @MSUCRFS en Facebook y Twitter. La National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (Fundación Nacional del Riñón de Michigan) ha contribuido a la producción de este recurso.

Mensajes en Redes Sociales: 
  • ¡Ahora en español! "Everything in Good Season (Todo en buena temporada)" ofrece a los proveedores familiares de cuidado infantil actividades divertidas, recetas y recursos perfectos para seguir el Farm to Early Care and Education (La agricultura en la atención y la educación tempranas) durante todo el año. Súmese a la diversión de Farm to ECE (Agricultura en la ECE) en: https://www.canr.msu.edu/resources/guia-agricultura-en-la-ece-espanol  

  • Involucrar a los niños en conocer de donde viene su comida puede tener beneficios a largo plazo. Actividades como disfrazarse de frijol, aprender sobre las lombrices y otras formas apropiadas para su edad de ayudar a hacer recetas de temporada son algunas de las divertidas actividades en este recurso especialmente diseñado para proveedores familiares de cuidados en el hogar: https://www.canr.msu.edu/resources/guia-agricultura-en-la-ece-espanol  
Now in Spanish! Explore this new resource
Everything in Good Season is a farm to early care and education (ECE) guide geared toward home-based childcare settings. It brings together insights from ECE providers to share sourcing tips, seasonal recipes highlighting the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), and engaging activities.
This free resource, now translated into Spanish, is specific to the needs of smaller groups of children in a home setting but can also be used as inspiration for groups of any size.

Example: Spring 

  • Steps for starting your garden 

  • Recipe: Gingered carrots 

  • Activity: Bean Plant Dress Up 
For more information, contact:  

Meagan K. Shedd, mshedd@msu.edu

This resource was co-authored by the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan. Funding for this work comes from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the Association for State Public Health Nutritionists. 
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Forward this message and share on social media. Tag @MSUCRFS on Facebook and Twitter. This resource was co-authored by the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan

Social Posts: 
  • Now in Spanish! "Everything in Good Season" offers family-based childcare providers fun activities, recipes, and resources perfect for doing Farm to Early Care and Education year-round. Get in on the Farm to ECE fun here: http://foodsystems.msu.edu/everything-in-good-season 

  • Getting kids involved in where their food comes from can have lasting benefits. Activities like dressing up as a bean plant, learning about earthworms, and age-appropriate ways to help make seasonal recipes are some of the fun activities in this resource specifically made for family-based homecare providers: http:// foodsystems.msu.edu/everything-in-good-season 
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Friday, May 12, 2023

Last Chance to Register for the 2023 Michigan Good Food Summit!

Registration Closes at 5pm Today!
We are so excited to come together on Friday, May 19th for the Summit! The conference will take place at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in East Lansing or virtually through ConnectSpace.

Have you registered yet? Registration for in-person attendance is LIMITED! Claim your spot (and your lunch!) as soon as possible by registering here!
The good news is that there is plenty of space available virtually! Join us from anywhere with an internet connection through ConnectSpace. Virtual attendees will be able to stream the Keynote and storytelling portion, as well as participate in the Q&A and discussion breakouts.
Announcing the Storytellers!
The Agenda-at-a-glance
• Friday, May 19 •
Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, East Lansing or virtual

8:30-9:30 AM NETWORKING
● Registration & Refreshments
● Opening Remarks
  
9:30 AM-Noon MORNING SESSION
● Keynote with Shiloh Maples
● Summit Storytellers
● Q+A

12:00-1:10 PM LUNCH BREAK
● In-person: Lunch provided  

12:20-12:40 PM MESSAGE FROM SENATOR STABENOW
● Approximate timing

1:15-3PM DISCUSSION BREAKOUTS
● In-person/online  

Topics:
  • Coordinate Food Policy Action 
  • Strengthen Michigan Local/Regional Value Chains 
  • Care for & Connection to the Land and Ecosystems 
  • Design and Learn Together 
  • Culturally Relevant Food and Health Connections 
  • Open Session/Unsession 

3:00-4:00 PM CLOSING
● Share back & Celebration 

Questions?
Please contact Rachel Kelly at kellyra2@msu.edu or Diane Drago ddrago@dmsevents.com
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