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Cullman County Extension Office Summer 2017 eNewsletter

June 14, 2017

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"Summer was our best season: it was sleeping on the back screened porch in cots, or trying to sleep in the treehouse; summer was everything good to eat; it was a thousand colors in a parched landscape."

Harper Lee, author of "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Breadmaking 101

August 9, 2017 10:00 am—3:00 pm Cullman County Extension Office 402 Arnold Street NE Suite G-1 Cullman, AL 35055 Fee: $15.00 Learn the basics of making several different varieties of yeast breads, including dinner rolls, sweet rolls, hamburger & hotdog buns, pizza crust, and sandwich bread. Participation is limited to the first 15 people to […]   Read More


Cullman County Grassroots Survey

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System wants your help to plan programs that address county needs. Each August, we hold our Grassroots meeting and receive feedback from various representatives of our community in order to assist us in planning the programs we offer. Obviously, not everyone can attend our Grassroots meeting; however, we want as much input […]   Read More


Mayonnaise and Peanut Butter Jars Are not Suitable for Canning - Extension Daily

Many home food preservers ask the question “Can mayonnaise jars made by a company that makes canning jars be used in home food preservation?” The answer is no. “Companies making both canning jars and other types of jars caution against using commercial jars for home canning,” said Patti West, a regional food safety agent with […]   Read More


Fire Ant Mounds Popping Up After Recent Rains - Extension Daily

Thanks to recent rains, fire ant mounds are popping up across state.What appear to be new mounds have been around for probably several months. Source: Fire Ant Mounds Popping Up After Recent Rains - Extension Daily   Read More


Maintaining Pond Fertility for Good Fishing - Extension Daily

While it is a little late this year to start, you can still manage the fertility of your pond to keep the fishing good for the rest of the season. Source: Maintaining Pond Fertility for Good Fishing - Extension Daily   Read More


Genes & Cancer Seminar June 19th in Cullman County

Knowing your family’s health history can be important in making health decisions. Some cancers have been found to have a genetic link. Many people have heard of BRCA1 and BRCA2 - genes that are associated with breast cancer — but did you know there are other identified genes for other cancers? Dr. Nancy Merner of […]   Read More








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