How Farmers are Saving our Soil & Water
Soil health is crucial to the health of our water and food supply, especially as our global population is expected to grow to 9 billion by 2050!

Dairy farmers live on the land they farm and they understand the importance of protecting our natural resources. Watch and learn how!

Video: Protecting the Soil: Cover Crops for Clean Water
Video: Feeding the Soil: The Scoop on Poop
Team Dairy New England Recipe Round-Up
Left: Spicy Shrimp and Cheese Grits with Tomato by  Healthy Seasonal Recipes.
Right: Cheddar and Mushroom Breakfast Strata by  My Cape Cod Kitchen.
Throughout 2017,  Team Dairy New England will continue to show you how dairy fits into your lifestyle. Whether it be through recipes, nutrition blogs, or the importance of dairy for children, we got you covered!

Check out the latest Team Dairy New England recipe round-up!
DIY Bunny Planter!

Recycling doesn't just happen in a blue bin. Reuse your milk jugs with these DIY springtime bunny planters!  WATCH  VIDEO!


1. Use a permanent marker to trace a rabbit shape (create the ears on the sides) onto the bottom of the recycled milk jug. 

2. Using scissors, cut out the rabbit. Poke a few holes in the bottom to let excess water run out. 

3. Take the bottom half and decorate - you can use felt to help prevent damage if your pot is outside. 

4. Fill with soil and plant some seeds or a seedling and watch how they grow each week.Try parsley or basil for something you'll be sure to incorporate into a weekday meal.
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