The Record: Nourishing the Careworn

The Bergen Record's Better Living Section:  Giving Back: Maywood's Alice Wright Helps Lead a Free Food Program for Families with Sick Children... "Alice Wright won’t meet the Cortez family or any other recipients. She doesn’t hand them the meals. They won’t know the name of the Maywood resident, who likely had a hand in preparing [...]

2017-05-04T17:44:38-04:00October 31st, 2016|Articles, Media Buzz, News|

DV: Ridgewood Campers Surprised by Hatching Turtles in Veggie Garden

"A group of campers at Ridgewood's HealthBarn USA at the Irene Habernickel family Park found 30 snapping turtle eggs buried under a pile of dirt while shoveling in the vegetable garden.  It was only a matter of minutes before a fully-developed snapping turtle hatched right before their eyes — it's birthing sac still attached.  They [...]

2017-05-04T17:51:05-04:00August 30th, 2016|Articles, Media Buzz, News|

Courier-Post: Camco library to take food literacy on the road

"Gingersnap cookies with flaxseed. Sweet potato pancakes. Creamy broccoli soup — without the cream. Asparagus guacamole. Black bean brownie  Those are some of the healthy recipes Stacey Antine, a registered dietitian and founder of Health Barn USA, likely will bring to South Jersey families as part of the Camden County Library System's new mobile food literacy center, [...]

2017-05-04T17:54:58-04:00July 13th, 2016|Articles, Media Buzz, News|

Boozy Burbs Blog: Ridgewood to Offer Organic Farming Program for Residents

"The team will be growing, harvesting and cooking organic produce and educating children and families why and what foods are best for good health at the Gate House and in the new organic teaching garden within the Green Acres-funded 10-acre horse farm at the Irene Habernickel Family Park (1057 Hillcrest Road)." To read the full article, click here!

2016-03-09T20:14:00-04:00March 9th, 2016|Articles, Media Buzz, News|

Yahoo Finance! New Public/Private Partnership Offers Healthy-Lifestyle Education for Children and Families

"Ridgewood Parks and Recreations Department serves hundreds of children through a variety of sports, cultural, and environmental programming.  "We recognized the need for this expansive healthy-lifestyle educational offering within our portfolio and felt that Stacey Antine and HealthBarn USA will deliver the professional programming we are known for," said Tim Cronin, Director of Parks and [...]

2016-03-08T19:03:38-04:00March 8th, 2016|Articles, Media Buzz, News|