The Community Solutions Association, a program of Compass Family & Community Services, is the original developer of Project KIND. The Raymond John Wean Foundation is the primary financial contributor to the initial creation and development of Project ...
Pre and Post-Assessment
Slow Cooker Lunch and Learn
Join Shannon Carter, Extension Educator and Sandy Bohl, Trained Instructor, with Ohio State University Extension Fairfield County, to learn more about… Basics of using a slow cooker Meal planning tips How to save money and time Sample recipes to try Regis ...
Vernal Pool Exploration at Coyote Run
From salamanders and wood frogs to damselflies and fairy shrimp, discover the wonder of the many unique critters that call vernal pools home. Join OSU Extension and Fairfield County Parks, with special permission from Coyote Run, as we team up to explore ...
Fruit and Vegetable Team
Name Position Contact Information Specialty Frank Becker Extension Educator, Wayne County email@example.com (330) 264-8722 General Fruit and Vegetables Greenhouse Lee Beers Extension Educator, Trumbull County firstname.lastname@example.org (330) 638-6783 Blueberries P ...
Food Preservation Webinar Series
Tuesdays from 12-12:30 p.m. EDT Are you interested in learning about food preservation? Join us for these free webinars hosted by Ohio State University Extension Family and Consumer Sciences. To register, click the following link: go.osu.edu/2023foodpres ...
Hands-On Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop: Hugus Fruit Farm
Join OSU Extension in Fairfield County for a hands-on Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop with Ralph Hugus at Hugus Fruit Farm on Saturday, March 25 th. The workshop will involve walking through the orchard and discussing growing and pruning techniques for apple ...
EFNEP Program EFNEP is free to the participants and agencies. This program is offered as a series of lessons in a curriculum designed to teach families with children and young adults about USDA dietary recommendations using an interactive approach. Each ...
Wasting food is wasting money. Here’s how to keep food fresh and throw away less cash- Saving You Money
By Sean McDonnell, cleveland.com — With rising prices and tight budgets, it pays to look for cheaper groceries. But if the lettuce you bought spoils in the back of the fridge, it (and the money you paid for it) might be going in the trash can. It doesn ...