Guest Authors: Sara Turner-Smith, dietetic intern and Amy Stone, Extension Educator Agriculture and Natural Resources, partnering with OSU Extension, Lucas County Family and Consumer Sciences. Summer is the season when many fruits ripen for us to enjoy. You most certainly have heard of cherries and have hopefully enjoyed eating the round tree fruits. But, have […]
WRITTEN BY: Sara Turner-Smith, dietetic intern and Amy Stone, Extension Educator, Lucas County, Agriculture and Natural Resources
REVIEWED BY: Patrice Powers-Barker, Extension Educator, Lucas County, Family and Consumer Sciences
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