"'(It’s) trying to make students healthier and more active,” he said. “The fuel-up part is through the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board and that is encouraging students to eat healthier and have the nutrients and energy you need to play 60 minutes.'
"Goodness said they track the student’s progress on a bulletin board around a giant outline they traced of Lake Superior that has certain milestones marked on it. The students earn a healthy food reward when they reach those milestones."
Written by Sarah Chase for the Ashland Daily Press. Read the full article here.
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News articles featuring local food projects that are occurring in the Chequamegon Bay area