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Purdue Extension Hamilton County has been busy producing resources for the public during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Check it out.
HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES
Preserve It Now, Enjoy It Later - eight virtual sessions
Food Preservation - links to how-to brochures
Captain Cash - interactive program for youth - focus on earning, saving, spending, and borrowing money
available to teachers for e-learning - Contact Susan Peterson firstname.lastname@example.org
When Your Income Drops - minimize the hardship
Recharging Your Patience - 10 ways to get there
Protect Yourself Against Scams - don't get caught
Be Well Indiana - managing mental health
4-H GOLD - Go Outside. Learn. Discover. This “at home” program encourages youth and families to get outside, unplug, and experience hands-on learning.
Register by June 3
Monthly Photo Challenge - Open to the Public
Front Porch Chats with Kathleen Bohde, Educator, 4-H/Youth
Tasty Tuesdays - fun foods to make with children using items at home
Workshop Wednesdays - 4-H virtual workshops
Holliday Park Wildflower Walk with Norma Wallman
Bluffs of Beaver Bend Wildflower Walk with Emily Finch
Fun Fridays - new idea for the family
Making face coverings - 4-H members, volunteers, Extension Homemakers
Hamilton County in the news - 4-H leader using "Hands for larger service"
4-H Taste of Summer - container gardens delivered to food pantries by 4-H families
Chicken Embryology - from eggs to chicks
AG Outlook - free webinars
Women in Agriculture - six week virtual workshop
Container Bucket Gardens - A grant from Indiana 4-H Foundation helped create 60 buckets with tomatoes, peppers, and herbs to distribute to 5 food pantries. Resources with the buckets included gardening tips, recipes and a salsa packet.
Sponsored by Indiana 4-H Foundation and Gatewoods Vegetable Farm.
Partners: Purdue Extension Hamilton County, Hamilton County 4-H Council, Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank, HCMGA