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ATV Safety: The Goal  (#16791)

A hockey player narrates a discussion of ATV safety, including dressing properly, driving responsibly, and avoiding drugs and alcohol. Appropriate for any ATV rider, especially youth.  (1986) – VHS VIDEO  (14:00).

Be an Informed Health Care Consumer (#18980)

Three panel tabletop display featuring information about health care access, health care costs and healthy behaviors.  Each panel includes a Q & A format about each health care issue.  Provides three options for interaction with participants which may be used singly or together depending on the audience and degree of interaction desired. **Requires large display board (two 27” side panels, one 28” center panel, 35” high) – #17635, and header panel (same width, 12” high) – #17636, both of which may be booked separately.** (2008) – 3 DISPLAY PANELS, HEADER, “YOUR OPINION PLEASE! BOXES, INSTRUCTIONS (5p), MASTER FOR “ULTIMATE HEALTH CARE QUIZ”  & ANSWERS (4P).

Chances and Choices with Food (#17691)

Food safety curriculum intended for grades 4-6. Includes a video and 5 lesson plans that encourage critical thinking. The first 3 lessons deal with food safety concepts important for kids who care for themselves. Food handling skills discussed include buying, storing, preparing, cooking and handling leftovers. The remaining lessons address food additive and pesticide use and water quality. (1992) – VHS VIDEO (20:00), PROGRAM GUIDE WITH FACT SHEETS, HANDOUTS, ETC.

Depression and the Nutritional Health of Older Adults  (#17992)

Nutritional consequences of depressive disorders often go unrecognized in older adults. Left untreated, depression can cause serious nutrition-related problems such as weight loss, declining strength and agility with lack of exercise, and digestive problems. Discusses warning signs of depression, possible nutritional consequences of depression and resources for getting help. VHS VIDEO, LEADER GUIDE, HANDOUT MASTER. (1996) – VHS VIDEO  (9 min.)

Family Caregiving is Everybody’s Business (#18823)

Tabletop display for use at workshops and seminars for Family Living Program campus and county staff dealing with the issue of family caregiving. **Requires Large Display Board (two 27” side panels, one 28” center panel, 35” high) – #17635, and Header Panel (same width, 12” high) – #17636, both of which may be booked separately.**).  (2006) – 3 PANEL DISPLAY &  HEADER, TWO TABLE COVERS.

Firewood Banner: Protect the Trees Where You Live, Play or Camp (#19139)

Horizontal banner promoting awareness of the Emerald Ash Borer and firewood quarantines.  “You can keep the trees in Wisconsin’s yards, parks and forests healthy and beautiful.  How?  It’s simple.   Don’t move firewood.”  Measures 34” H x 83” W with metal grommets for hanging. (Also available as a vertical, free-standing display -#19106) (2011) – VINYL HORIZONTAL BANNER

Firewood Display: Protect the Trees Where You Live, Play or Camp (#19106)

Retractable “window shade” style vertical display in its own stand promoting  awareness of the Emerald Ash Borer and firewood quarantines.  “You can keep the trees in Wisconsin’s yards, parks and forests healthy and beautiful.  How?  It’s simple.   Don’t move firewood.”  Measures 87” H x 35” W  in 10” D stand when fully extended.  (Also available as a vinyl horizontal banner measuring 34″H x 83″ W – #19139) (2011) – SELF-CONTAINED DISPLAY WITH FOLDING SUPPORTING ROD.

Gateway to Health: Reliable Information on the Internet (#18981)

Three panel tabletop display featuring information on how to identify reliable health information on the internet, tools to access reliable information on the internet, and the importance of discussing internet information with health care providers. **Requires large display board (two 27” side panels, one 28” center panel, 35” high) – #17635, and header panel (same width, 12” high) – #17636, both of which may be booked separately.** (2008) – 3 DISPLAY PANELS, HEADER, INSTRUCTIONS (4p), MASTER FOR “EVALUATING WEBSITES” WORKSHEET (2p).

Identifying Dairy Products (#17680)

Students identify names of processed, cultured and natural dairy products in photographs. Beginner level. (2007) –  LAMINATED SKILLATHON STATION, QUESTION & ANSWER SHEETS.  (Dairy Skillathon Series)

Identifying Types of Cheeses (#17621)

Youth choose from a list of options to identify different types of Wisconsin cheeses shown in a picture. Intermediate level. (2007) – LAMINATED SKILLATHON STATION, QUESTION & ANSWER SHEETS.  (Dairy Skillathon Series)

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Maple Syrup Production Series  (#17491)

Four-part production on one video covering all aspects of maple syrup production. Topics covered include: 1. “Maple Syrup – Something Special From Wisconsin (15:00)”; 2. “Tapping the Sugarbush – an American Tradition (10:00)”; 3. “Maple Syrup – Boiling and Evaporation (10:25)”; 4. “Packaging and Marketing Wisconsin Maple Syrup (13:26)”.    VHS VIDEO  (50:00 total)

Meat Evaluation (#15640)

Color slides of 186 retail meat cuts.  Each cut is listed with its complete name and a general description.  Names of the cuts are based on the Uniform Retail Meat Identity Standards (URMIS) system for beef, pork, lamb and veal.  Includes supplemental Meat Evaluation Handbook and CD-ROM featuring the same slides as well as some interactive activities. (1999 – 186 SLIDES, CD-ROM, PRINT MATERIALS.

Preserve Food Safely (#18768)

3 panel display highlighting general methods of food preservation.  Features several food safety facts related to food preservation.   **Requires large display board (two 27” side panels, one 28” center panel, 35” high) – #17635, and header panel (same width, 12” high) – #17636, both of which may be booked separately.** (2005) – 3 PANEL DISPLAY WITH HEADER.

Water*jel Technologies  (#17897)

Focuses on Water*jel burn care products and how they’re used in emergency situations.  (1995) – VHS VIDEO  (18 min.)

Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (WNEP) Display (“Window Shade” Style) (#18604)

Retractable “window shade” style vertical display in its own stand, providing general information about the Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (WNEP). Designed for use at conferences and public events to educate colleagues and the public about WNEP.   Measures 32″ W x 80″ H in 8.5″ D stand when fully extended. Replaces 2003 tri-panel version. **Small 3 panel tabletop version also available – #18605** (2011) – SELF-CONTAINED DISPLAY, TELESCOPING POLE.

Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (WNEP) Display (Small) (#18605)

Small 3 panel tabletop display providing general information about the Wisconsin Nutrition Education Program (WNEP).  Designed for use at conferences and public events to educate colleagues and the public about FLP.  **Requires small display board (two 19” side panels, one 20” center panel, 24” high) – #16814, which may be booked separately.** Self-contained “banner style” version also available – #18604.   (2003) – 3 DISPLAY PANELS, PRINT MATERIALS, 2 TABLE COVERS.