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Urban SNAP-Ed

…f the Alabama Department of Human Resources under the umbrella of the Food and Nutrition Service, USDA.

What are the goals of Urban SNAP-Ed?

Present basic nutrition classes in an EASY and fun format for participants to adopt healthy…

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Mosquito or Public Health Vector Control in Alabama – ADAI


Mosquito control activities can be divided into two groups:

The Public Health component which normally involves a governmental entity making widespread community or municipal arthropod control applications over a large area; and
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Food Storage Charts

…s been held no longer than 1 to 2 days at refrigerator temperatures. However, many foods—ice cream and uncooked baked goods, for example—will deteriorate in texture and taste.
Meat, fish, and poultry you’ve thawed in the refrigerator…

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Reciprocal Commercial Applicators Certification Permit Information

… Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, South Carolina, or Tennessee)
NOTE: General Standards/CORE (GS) is required for all categories except Wood Treatment (WT),  Ornamental and Turf Pest Control (OTPS), and Right-of-Way Pest control (ROW). The M…

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Alabama Commercial Pesticide Applicator Permits

…ama Commercial Pesticide Applicator Permits
For information related to COMMERCIAL PESTICIDE PERMITS please see the categories listed below. Each category links to its own page with the study materials, exam cost and number of questions on …

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Urban Gardens

Urban Gardens
The Home Grounds Urban Gardens component increases the intake of local fresh fruits and vegetables to improve nutrition, raises awareness about GMOs and educates communities about economical gardening in urban spaces. Extens…

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