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Wakulla County Extension Encourages “Dine In” Day

RECIPE FOR SUCCESS MEALTIME MADE EASY   *Make a commitment to eating together *Minimize the distractions at dinner     (television, phones, computers) *Serve appetizing foods *Enjoy easy conversations   For mealtime ideas, visit: https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fy1195      

Bread Baking and Jam Making Workshop

REDISCOVER BREAD BAKING AND JAM MAKING DECEMBER 8, 2015 TWO CLASSES OFFERED: 11:00 a.m. and again at 6:30 p.m. Join Shelley Swenson, Family and Consumer Sciences agent, at the Wakulla County Extension Office, 84 Cedar Avenue, Crawfordville, FL… Read More

4-H Club Leader Grows Resilience and Empathy

Read on the “4-H in the Panhandle Blog” about Wakulla 4-H volunteer Priscilla Weaver and her 25 years of being a 4-H club leader! http://nwdistrict.ifas.ufl.edu/4hn/2015/11/13/4-h-club-leader-grows-resilience-and-empathy/

Summer Food Safety Tips

7 Super Summer Food Safety Tips from Fight BAC! Summer’s warm weather may be ideal for outdoor eating, but it also provides a perfect environment for harmful pathogens in food to multiply rapidly!  Fight BAC! ® and reduce… Read More

Last Chance to Register for Cooking Day Camp!

Don’t miss your chance to join us for the 4-H Cooking Camp! Next Monday, June 22, at 5 p.m. is the deadline for registration! The 4-H Cooking Day Camp will be held June 24 through 26, 2015 (Wednesday through… Read More

4-H Camps & Clubs in North Florida

It is summer break, so get your kids involved in something fun and educational–like 4-H summer camps and clubs! Read this informative article by Jenny Savely on what 4-H has to offer this summer! Visit the UF|IFAS Northwest… Read More

What’s In Season Now?

Summer Break is almost here! Beat the heat and keep the kids entertained with a melon carving party! Closely related to pumpkins, melons are fun and easy to carve. So, dust off the melon baller (or your pumpkin… Read More

Some Things are Too Important to Say Nothing: Talking with Your Children about Money

Bindaas Madhavi. (2011) Listen to Your Kids. Most parents would not allow their child to play in the street or to touch a hot stove because parents understand that these actions have consequences and the consequences are serious…. Read More

Fun Food Faces

Mothers learned creative ways to encourage their children to eat fruits and vegetables at a fun workshop with our Family & Consumer Sciences Agent III, Shelly Swenson!