“Walk Across Texas” is a FREE, 8 week program designed to help Texans establish the habit of regular physical activity. Since 1996, thousands of Texans have participated in Walk Across Texas! Check out this website and see what it’s about: http://walkacrosstexas.tamu.edu
Walk Across Texas is not a walk-a-thon or an event to raise money. While teams do compete to walk across the state first and/or to accumulate the most miles during the eight weeks, the main point is to get moving and keep moving after Walk Across Texas ends.
Doing Walk Across Texas with people you know is a great way to help you keep going when you feel like quitting. To walk across the state in eight weeks, everyone on a team must walk almost 13 miles each week.
After Walk Across Texas ends, you can continue walking by yourself to see how long it takes you to walk across the entire state of Texas.
Go to the website, watch the video, form a team consisting of 1-8 people, pick a team leader, sign up your team on March 23rd, keep track of your exercise, walking steps, distance, etc… Your team leader will input your team’s progress weekly.
Due to COVID19 the in-person kick-off on March 23rd has been cancelled. We will continue to kick-off the program so start counting your miles March 23rd! The fitness classes will have a start delay until April. See the schedule attached to the flyer.
For questions, contact Angela Fiedler at
830-257-6568 or email@example.com.
Canning & Food Preservation
Better Living for Texans is an educational program put on by the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, and the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS).
- Nutrient Needs at a Glance (pdf)
- Altering Recipes for Good Health (pd
- Fresh Vegetables – Getting the Most Nutrition For Your Money (pdf)
- Fresh Fruits – Getting the Most Nutrition For Your Money (pdf)
- Pack a Safe Lunch (pdf)
- Preventing Food-borne Illness (pdf)
Additional publications and information can be found by visiting the online Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service Bookstore. You can type in the topics that you are looking for in the search box.
*NOTE: Publications from the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service are copyrighted. You may download it for your personal, noncommercial use only. Any other use (including but not limited to any commercial use, making multiple copies, displaying publicly, placing on a web page, or redistributing) requires express written permission from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. By downloading this document, you agree to all of the above. To request written permission, please contact:
Holly Jarvis, Ph.D.
College Station, TX 77843-2112