to Promote Good Health and Nutrition
Arizona Milk Producers is a nonprofit promotion, communication, and nutrition education organization working on behalf of Arizona dairy farmers to increase dairy sales, foster innovation and inspire consumer confidence in dairy products and practices.
Sun Canyon wins Phoenix Suns Breakfast Program contest
Sun Canyon Elementary School in Phoenix has what the Phoenix Suns Breakfast Program contest. The contest is in collaboration with the Dairy Council of Arizona.Goto Video
Tolleson kindergarten educator named Teacher of the Week
A Tolleson kindergarten educator has been named this week’s Teacher of the Week. Mr. Moeses Sauceda teaches at Union Elementary. He was nominated by the mother of one of his students. “[He] makes sure every student feels good about who they are and confident in their ability to tackle the challenges of learning,” she said. She said his […]Read More
Day in Life of a Cow
Meet the kids who call Caballero Dairy farm their home. John, Annika, Joseph and Ethan walk you through a typical day in the life of a cow.Goto Video
Congrats to Arizona FUTP60 Program Advisor on Super Bowl tickets!
Fuel Up to Play 60 Program Advisor Donna Moore has been helping her students win in nutrition and physical activity for years at Payson High School, and this year she won BIG – receiving two tickets to Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco as part of our local Fuel Up to Play 60 Super Bowl […]Read More
Dairy Farmers, Fuel Up To Play 60 and USDA commit $35M to Improve Nutrition at Schools
In recognition of all the dairy community has done to improve students’ lives, USDA is partnering with Fuel Up to Play 60 through a commitment of $30 million in nutrition-equipment grants that will combine with a $5 million commitment from America’s dairy farmers to improve nutrition at school, according to DairyGood.org. These dollars will be […]Read More
Milk Mustache Scholarship Winners in the news
Congrats again to our very deserving winners: Nathan Marshall, Johnny Schmidt and Jenny Butzbach. ABC 15: Corona del Sol student Nate Marshall gets $12K scholarship for best milk mustache The Arizona Republic: Corona del Sol’s Nate Marshall wins ‘milk mustache’ scholarship Wranger News: Corona senior Nathan Marshall’s milk mustache scores a (really!) big win Sierra Vista Herald: […]Read More
Teachers Wanted! Apply for Women’s Leadership Education funding
Teachers can apply today for the Women’s Leadership Education funding to attend the “June National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference” to be held in Phoenix this year! March 14 is the application deadline. Download here: http://bit.ly/1QLqGy8Read More