- 02/24 - Intermediate Beekeeping Workshop
- 03/02 - Home Orchard Management Series- Home Small Fruit Production
- 03/03 - Spring Workshop: ?Sheep Flock and Goat Herd Health Management? Hands-on Demonstrations
- 03/05 - Muscadine Grape Pruning Workshop
- 03/06 - Home Orchard Management Series- On-Farm Fruit Pruning Demonstration
- 03/10 - From Vines to Wines: A beginners guide for the backyard vintner
- 03/17 - Spring Workshop:?Sheep Flock and Goat Herd Health Management?
- 03/22 - Farm Safety Day
- 04/07 - Mason Bee Workshop
- 04/14 - Spring Workshop: ?Sheep Flock and Goat Herd Health Management?
Improve Yourself and Your Health in 2015
By Metara T. Austin, Urban Regional Extension Agent, Montgomery County
Do you want to be more involved, learn something new, improve your health, or enjoy more economic freedom in 2015? You can do it all with one call to your local Extension office. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System’s Urban Affairs and New Nontraditional Program Unit offers a variety of programs to educate, encourage, and empower individuals and families across the state. Some of these programs include:
- Community Health Aerobic Motivational Program Initiating Optimal Nutrition, better known as CHAMPION, is a wellness program designed to help youth and adults achieve a healthier lifestyle. This program series includes nutrition education, physical fitness training, and strategies for taking control of your health.
- Making Money Count focuses on educational outreach to facilitate responsible management of resources and help participants improve their overall economic well-being. Each unit includes interactive and hands-on activities to reinforce financial management concepts.
- Promoting Readiness for Employment Possibilities or PREP is designed to assist unemployed and underemployed individuals improve their chances of securing employment by providing the education and training needed to successfully enter the workplace.
- Volunteer in Urban Programs or VIP recruits, enrolls, and trains volunteers to assist with Extension-sponsored events and activities. This structured program provided volunteers with the specialized training necessary to successfully support Extension programs.
To learn more about Urban Extension programs, visit www.aces.edu/urban. To find out what Extension programs are available in our area, visit www.aces.edu, click on Offices on the navigational bar, and then search by county. Or call Urban Affairs at (256) 372-5710.