An Extension SNAP-Ed educator taught nutrition to students at Butterfield-Odin School when they were in third and fourth grade. During fifth-grade, they learned about gardening and were able to make recipes with produce from a Tower Garden purchased with funds from the Statewide Health Improvement Partnership.
LiDAR uses rapid pulses of light to gather information about surrounding shapes and surfaces and generate detailed digital maps. The technique is enhancing everything from floodplain mapping and natural resource planning to emergency management and public utilities work. Upcoming training opportunities are being supported by the Southwest and Southeast RSDPs.