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Play with Free Stuff: No Batteries Required!
Open-ended materials have an infinite number of uses, limited only by your child’s imagination. By giving your child recycled, open-ended materials to play with, not only are you fostering her creativity and problem-solving skills, but you are saving (More)
Regional Farmers Market Vendor Workshops
KSRE is again working with the Kansas Department of Ag and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to put on regional workshops geared for current and prospective Farmers Market vendors, as well as a state farmers market conference geared for (More)
Personal Health & Finance Goal Setting
Do you want to make positive strides for your health and financial wellness in 2017? To guide goal-setting in the New Year, take the free online self-assessment tool called the Personal Health and Finance Quiz, available at More)
You Asked It!
The January 2017 You Asked It! is now available. If you are interested in any of the following topics, find the latest issue here! Can I Home Can Creamed Soup? Home Canning So (More)
Do You Have 20 Seconds?
I think we could all spare 20 seconds to thoroughly wash our hands with soap and water.  The simple task of handwashing prevents the spread of germs. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the following steps for handwashing. (More)
Walk Kansas
Do you enjoy walking or exercising?  Would you like to increase how much physical activity you get?  Would you like to become more motivated to eat more fruits and vegetables and consume more water?  Walk Kansas is for you!  Keep watching for updates (More)
Regional Estate Planning Workshop for Families
Planning for the future is vital and families must take steps to ensure assets for the next generation. K-State Research and Extension is hosting “Preserving the Family with Estate Planning” to aid families in beginning the process of transitioning f (More)
Her AgriCULTURE Story: Change, Adapt, Grow
Women represent central roles in the agricultural heritage that builds and sustains communities throughout the world. “Her AgriCULTURE Story: Change, Adapt, Grow” is the theme of the 2017 Women Managing the Farm Conference planned for February 9-10 i (More)
Strength Training Program for Older Adults
Stay Strong Stay Healthy is an evidence-based program for older adults who want to improve quality of life and stay active.  Over eight weeks, participants will increase their strength and improve their balance and flexibility. The exercises are ea (More)
Brainy Babies Series in Osborne
Parents and young children are invited to join the Post Rock District for a Brainy Babies learn and play story hour at the Osborne Public Library in January and February. Brainy Babies is an interactive program for children birth-age 3. Through pla (More)
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