Emotional wellness plays a crucial role in our overall health and quality of life. Understanding the determinants of health, especially those related to emotional well-being, is essential for leading a balanced and fulfilling life.
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As the leaves change color and a gentle chill fills the air, coffee lovers have yet another reason to rejoice. Fall has arrived, bringing with it the perfect backdrop for enjoying your favorite brew. In this article, we'll explore the wonderful ... READ MORE
Please join us for an informative workshop to learn about growing a bountiful spring vegetable garden and herb garden in raised beds. You will learn about strawberries, squash, tomatoes, peppers, herbs and more.
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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have turned to cooking more meals at home. Preparing meals and eating at home has many benefits. When cooking meals, you can select the ingredients and choose healthy recipes lower in saturated ... READ MORE
Join us for a review of things to consider when planning a prescribed burn as we go through the Florida Forest Service burn prescription form during a webinar provided by Tall Timbers, Florida Forest Service, and Florida Fish and Wildlife ... READ MORE
The deadline to apply for the WHIP+ program (crop losses associated with Hurricane Michael) is October 30, 2020. See the press release from USDA below for more info.
USDA Announces Oct. 30 Deadline to Submit
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By: Kendra Zamojski and Laurie Osgood
If you lost power or your home was damaged by flooding, the food or water in your home could make you and your family sick.
Fridge and Freezer Food Safety
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Need CEUs to keep your pesticide applicator's license current and don't like the idea of watching online videos? You're in luck, there will be a series of in-person CEU classes taught this fall at the Washington County Ag Center. Due to COVID ... READ MORE
You can’t tell by looking if your food is done cooking. Using a food thermometer not only ensures your food is properly cooked to reduce the risk of harmful bacteria, but it also prevents overcooking. Check out this video for more information:
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Cranberries were likely a part of the Thanksgiving tradition dating all the way back to the very first one. Native Americans ate dried or fresh cranberries and they used cranberries for dye and medicinal purposes. They also used cranberries ... READ MORE