From the Extension Office A little bit of planning can help make your summer travel safe

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From the Extension Office A little bit of planning can help make your summer travel safe

A little advance planning can help summer campers avoid food waste while out in the wilderness. Meals can be prepared in advance and frozen and stored in a cooler. Campers can eat the meals as they thaw in the cooler.
Packed and ready

Here’s a couple of packable snack ideas:


Prewrapped cheese (triangles, belle or sticks)Whole-grain crackers and tortilla chipsCut raw vegetables and fruitsHummus, salsa or guacamole in small containers for dippingProtein bars and trail mixVariety of nuts and nut butter packets. Vegetables for dipping such as grape tomatoes, sliced cucumbers, celery, sweet peppers and sliced bell peppers.

On the Net

CDC, 2016. Fact Sheet for Healthy Drinking Water
www.cdc.gov/healthywater/pdf/drinking/Backcountry_Water_Treatment.pdf

From the Extension Office A little bit of planning can help make your summer travel safe

A little advance planning can help summer campers avoid food waste while out in the wilderness. Meals can be prepared in advance and frozen and stored in a cooler. Campers can eat the meals as they thaw in the cooler.
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