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August is here and with it, some new in-season fruit & veg! Look out for beetroot, blueberries, blackcurrants, pak choi, parsnip and raspberries this month. To find out more of what's in season visit our new interactive calendar at #BestinSeason 

Constable's 'Hay Wain': revolutionary or chocolate-box scene? Join Educators Caroline Smith and Katy Tarbard to hear opposing views. Can they change your mind about this iconic British landscape painting? Live on Zoom on Thursday 6 August at 4pm (BST):

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Nurses & midwives are essential to ensuring skilled support for breastfeeding counseling for pregnant and lactating women. #WBW2020  Learn more about how we #SupportNursesandMidwives  to provide breastfeeding support: \

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What are your options when your papers get wet due to flooding? 💧 Read about methods of air drying, freezing, and vacuum freeze drying on the blog —> #EmergencyPreparedness 

Today, we’re launching our #WeDecide2020  electoral program in Maine to elect reproductive rights champion @SaraGideonME  to the Senate! Join us and help us reach our goals: #mepolitics  #MESen 

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New #VitalSigns : Since 2014, outbreaks of #AcuteFlaccidMyelitis  (AFM), a serious paralytic condition mostly in children, have occurred in the US every 2 years. This may be the next outbreak year. Be alert for cases, especially in Aug to Nov. #knowAFM 

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JOIN US TODAY! Now, more than ever, our country's most at-risk children and families need Congress to #UniteforHeadStart . Programs need additional funding to continue safely providing critical crisis-tested support and stability amidst #COVID19 .

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I’ve been calling on the Trump Admin to develop a #COVID19  vaccine distribution plan for months and they still don’t have one in place. I’m worried that many communities of color who have already been hard hit may not have access to an eventual vaccine.

A2: Native American youth had the highest disconnection rate (23.4%), followed by black teens and young adults (17.4%), and Latino youth (12.8%). #SaludTues  #YouthDisconnection 

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