This FREE e-mail based walking program has you covered! Participants can sign-up, walk on their own and receive e-mailed support and information. Participants need to be registered by May 13th and the program will start May 16th.
You can find the 2016 Adult Open class material here.
Would you like to get together with others and learn as well? The Howard County Extension Homemakers are a great group of people that also do a lot of wonderful community service as well.
This page helps the Howard County Extension Homemaker's keep up with what is going on in the Council meeting and other important upcoming events.
Community Wellness Coordinators improve nutrition and health in limited-resource communities statewide by concentrating on NEP's five focus areas: diet quality, physical activity, food security, food safety and food resource management.
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The Family Nutrition Program is a free, informal, and easily accessible educational program in the home and community, participants can develop knowledge and skill related to nutrition and meal planning, food purchasing and preparation, food safety and resource management.