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Consider this during National Nutrition Month


Consider this during National Nutrition Month
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March is National Nutrition Month, which is fitting, seeing that Lent started on March 1 this year, a season that sees much of Acadiana focusing on health and wellness somewhat more, as opposed to the rest of the nation, typically beginning that pracJoin the ConversationTo find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQsConsider this during National Nutrition MonthErin Segura, communications@bayouvermiliondistrict.org10:04 a.m. CT March 6, 2017Bayou Vermilion District's Bayou Operations Foreman Tom Melancon operating the no till drill.(Photo: Submitted)March is National Nutrition Month, which is fitting, seeing that Lent started on March 1 this year, a season that sees much of Acadiana focusing on health and wellness somewhat more, as opposed to the rest of the nation, typically beginning that practice with their New Yearâs resolutions.

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