This week Travis Olsen from the Weber-Morgan Health Department joins us to talk about the important behind-the-scenes work happening on the local level to make safe, active transportation possible in Utah cities.
While the Utah Department of Transportation may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of physical activity, UDOT is making big difference in Utah through it's work in active transportation. This week Heidi Goedhart joins us to talk about the good work UDOT is doing to make safe, active transportation possible in Utah cities.
For the latest on what's happening in Salt Lake City with Safe Active Streets check out Stay Safe, Stay Active Streets: Response to COVID-19
For more information on the Move Utah initiative please visit move.utah.gov
As we wrap up National Garden Month we invite USU Extension horticulturalist Taun Beddes back in this episode for a final tomato discussion. We discuss when and how to plant, and caring for your tomatoes throughout the summer. Gardening is a great way to get outside and get active even as we deal with COVID-19. We hope you have a fantastic garden this year!
April is an exciting month as we really start to experience spring, and that makes April the a great time to get out and get active. April is also Move More Month, and Every Kid Healthy Week, and in this edition of The EPICC Podcast Brett McIff and Sarah Roundy join us to explain what that means and how we can participate even as we home school.
April is National Garden Month, and in this episode USU Extension horticulturalist Taun Beddes joins us once again, this time to discuss plant selection for those who have little or no experience gardening. We also spend some time talking tomatoes. Gardening is a great way to get outside and get active even as we deal with COVID-19. Most importantly, it's just about the only way you can get a truly great tasting tomato!
You can find the fact sheets mentioned in the podcast at: https://extension.usu.edu/yardandgarden
As we continue to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic our kids are home from school and parents have taken on the role of teacher. In this episode Sarah Roundy joins us with some suggestions for maintaining physical activity and nutrition for our kids while they're out of the classroom.
April is National Garden Month, and in this episode USU Extension horticulturalist Taun Beddes joins us to discuss the first steps of establishing a garden for those who have little or no experience gardening. Gardening is a great way to get outside and get active even as we deal with COVID-19. Most importantly, it's just about the only way you can get a truly great tasting tomato!
You can find the fact sheets Taun mentions in the podcast at: https://extension.usu.edu/yardandgarden
In this episode we introduce Laura Holtrop-Kohl, Public Health Nutritionist for the Utah Department of Health. Laura talks about National Nutrition Month, and the proper definition of diet vs the not so proper.
In this episode we introduce Judy Harris, Public Health Nutrition Consultant for the Utah Department of Health. Judy tells a little about herself and explains Teaching Obesity Prevention in Childcare Settings, or TOP Star.
For more information on TOP Star please visit: http://choosehealth.utah.gov/prek-12/childcare/top-star-program.php
In this episode of The EPICC Podcast we get to chat with Rebecca Fronberg, Assistant Program Manager at EPICC. We talk about all the things happening in the program and how EPICC is working to improve the lives and health of all Utahns.