SPOKANE, WA, January 20, 2015- USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA), Spokane Regional Office, reminds farmers in Idaho, Oregon and Washington of the deadline to elect the Actual Production History (APH) Yield Exclusion option for 2015 spring p…
SPOKANE, WA, January 20, 2015- USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA), Spokane Regional Office, reminds farmers in Idaho, Oregon and Washington of the deadline to elect the Actual Production History (APH) Yield Exclusion option for 2015 spring planted barley.
People with allergies must learn to make certain concessions. This typically includes avoiding those things, including animals, that can trigger an allergic reaction. Individuals who tear up or start to sneeze around animals may wonder if there are any animals that won’t trigger such reactions.
We haven’t had a lot of snow this winter, and that means no snowmen, snowball fights or snow angels. You can bring the snowy fun inside, however, with this fun wintertime craft!
A healthy diet is essential to long-term health. When coupled with routine exercise, healthy diets can be an effective way for men and women to reduce their risk of contracting a variety of diseases, not to mention the positive impact that such a healthy lifestyle can have on an individual’s quality of life. The following are a handful of easily found foods that pack a nutritious punch.
New Year’s resolutions. Those pesky little things that we get so gung ho about, and then immediately forget by the time Valentine’s candy hits the store shelves. The top of many people’s lists is getting healthier. Whether that means eating better, exercising more or just taking the stairs instead of the elevator, it’s an important part of everyone’s wellbeing. One easy way to jump start and stick to this well-meaning resolution is to drink more water. I’m sure you hear that a lot. Drink more water, drink more water, drink more water. But how does water actually benefit you? Chances are that you don’t feel thirsty all the time, making it difficult to ensure that you’re drinking enough. Here are some reminders of why it’s crucial to your overall health to drink enough H2O!
Fill up your thermos with some hot cocoa, bundle up in your warmest snow gear and hit the sledding slopes this season! There’s more to winter activities than skiing and snowboarding. Get outside for some fresh air with your family and enjoy all of the glorious sledding hills that the Spokane area has to offer. It’s easy to keep your fitness resolution when you’re having fun slipping and sliding down snowy paths. Every neighborhood and community has a secret hill that they don’t want the public to know about, but here are a few of the fun, prime sledding spots located in our own backyard!