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FAMILY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP EXTENSION AGENT
Job Description and Application Instructions
September 24, 2019 | Between 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. during Parent University | Meadowbrook Mall, Pittsburg, KS
September 30, 2019 | 2:00 - 3:15 p.m. | Pittsburg State University Student Union, Pittsburg, KS
October 22, 2019 | 12 - 5 p.m. | Kansas Crossing Casino + Hotel, Pittsburg, KS
Wilson County Conservation District's 3rd Grade Land Health Fest
Altoona, Neodesha and Fredonia youth took part in the Wilson County Conservation District's 3rd Grade Land Health Fest! Youth participated in a variety of activities, ranging from Stream Model Trailers, Rainfall Stimulator, Enviroscape Activities, Wonderful Wetlands, Incredible Journey, We All Need Trees and Wildcat District provided our Blender Bike for youth to learn about healthy foods and fun forms of exercise.
Dining with Diabetes
If you have diabetes and struggle to come up with nutritious dinner recipes, snacks, desserts, etc., be on the lookout for the next Dining with Diabetes course! Nutrition, Health and Food Safety Agent, Barbara Ames, teaches a series of courses with a reunion course, about carbs and sweeteners, fats and sodium, vitamins and minerals and goal setting. In last nights session, Barbara along with Master Food Volunteer, Janet Rau, taught participants how to make sweet and sour pork, green beans with cranberries and nuts, and a peach and berry crisp.
Misty Morning Farms
A huge thank you goes out to Misty Morning Farms for allowing us to tour their fields and greenhouses, get information about crop production, disease and pest control, and grant programs from Charlie Phillips (owner) and our Wildcat District Agents. They were able to answer questions and offer guidance to curious individuals who may be considering becoming a produce vendor at the Pittsburg Farmers Market.