Posted 7/26/2014 by National Institute on Aging
How well you and your doctor talk to each other is one of the most important parts of getting good health care. But, talking to your doctor isn't always easy. It takes time and effort on your part as well as your doctor's.
This 44-page booklet is full of ideas and tips for good communication with your doctor. The illustrations and conversational tone help to explain how to prepare for a medical visit.
The CCE FM Office will be closed on Monday, 7/7/14. We will be open regular hours starting on Tuesday.
Cornell University's Department of Horticulture and New York Agriculture in the Classroom is pleased to announce the continuation of the High Tunnels in Schools grant program. Two high tunnels will be awarded, and these will be the final high tunnels awarded through this grant opportunity.
Extend the amount of time that you are able to spend gardening with your classroom by using a high tunnel. A high tunnel is an unheated greenhouse, covered in a single layer of polyethylene plastic (sometimes referred to as a hoop house). The tunnel is heated by the sun, and has been known to increase the gardening season by months.
Schools will receive:
-$1,500 to purchase materials and equipment
-Program support from Cornell University
If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please follow the link below which will offer in an depth explanation of the high tunnel, grant requirements and benefits, and a link to the electronic application. Applications are due June 15, 2014. http://www.agclassroom.org/ny/programs/hightunnels.htm
It's not too late to join 4-H in Fulton and Montgomery Counties. If you would like to participate in summer events such as the Vet Science, Cooperstown Junior Show, Horse Camp, the Fonda Fair and much more enroll in 4-H today! If you would like more information about 4-H or to see if there is a club in your neighborhood contact the 4-H office at 673-5525. We are always looking for adult volunteers to help with events, lead activities and projects, if you would like to volunteer with the4-H progam call the 4-H office.
Have you seen them? CCEFM is very excited about our nutrition social marketing campaign, funded by the USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, which started Friday in Fulton County.
Posted 5/14/2014 by CDC
Take steps to improve your physical health for National Women’s Health Week. Shake things up with physical activity—whether brisk walking, running, dancing, biking, swimming, gardening, or something else that will help you get the recommended physical activity each week. #NWHW http://go.usa.gov/8YDH
Are you looking to get a rabbit of your own? Would you like to learn about basic care of rabbits, nutrition, diseases, showmanship, judging and much more? Or are you interested in getting involved in the 4-H rabbit program? The Fulton/Montgomery County 4-H program is hosting a rabbit workshop on June 8th from 10:30am-5:00 pm at the Fonda Fairgrounds. This informational workshop is for all levels of participants both youth and adult. The workshop is $8 for 4-Hers/volunteers and $10 for non-4-Hers/volunteers which includes lunch.
Register by June 4th to the Fulton/Montgomery 4-H Office. View the attached registration form for more information.
The Fulton/Montgomery County 4-H program is hosting a 4-H Dairy Day workshop for 4-H youth on July 16th from 8:45am-4:00pm at the Fonda Fairgrounds. There is no fee for this workshop but you must bring your own bagged lunch and drink. Topics include:
- Healthy Feed Rations (Ed Varnam)
- Feed Storage: (Ed Varnam)
- Calf Housing & Management (Gary Moore)
- Hoof Care & Management: (Charles Biche)
- Calving (Jill Greisman)
Sign-up by July 9th by calling Cornell Cooperative Extension of Fulton and Montgomery Counties. Contact Jake Pamkowski at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-673-5525.
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