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Events for June 2 — June 8, 2019

Sunday, June 2, 2019

SerPIE-ASEMP 2019

Alabama A&M University, James I. Dawson Building, 4900 Meridian St Normal AL, 35762

SerPIE-ASEMPSynergistic Efforts to Reduce Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program for Undergraduates.

Program DateJune 3–July 15, 2019

Program LocationsAlabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL (5 weeks) and Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN (1 week)

Application DeadlineApril 20, 2019

Stipend$1500 for six weeks (travel, meals, and lodging will be provided)

Support: USDA-NIFA grant #2017-38821-26426.

 

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), Alabama A&M University (AAMU), and Tennessee State University (TSU) are pleased to announce the second Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program (ASEMP). This summer undergraduate mentorship program is a six-week program that offers students a unique opportunity to explore science and Cooperative Extension-related professions that focus on concepts like pharmaceutical impacts on the environment (PIE). Participants will be placed with mentors from diverse backgrounds to participate in experiential learning activities that enhance their understanding of the impacts that pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) have on animal, human, and environmental health and the best management practices necessary to minimize the risk posed by these hazardous bioactive chemicals.

Apply Online

FREE SerPIE; SerPIE; Urban Extension

Monday, June 3, 2019

SerPIE-ASEMP 2019

Alabama A&M University, James I. Dawson Building, 4900 Meridian St Normal AL, 35762

SerPIE-ASEMPSynergistic Efforts to Reduce Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program for Undergraduates.

Program DateJune 3–July 15, 2019

Program LocationsAlabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL (5 weeks) and Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN (1 week)

Application DeadlineApril 20, 2019

Stipend$1500 for six weeks (travel, meals, and lodging will be provided)

Support: USDA-NIFA grant #2017-38821-26426.

 

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), Alabama A&M University (AAMU), and Tennessee State University (TSU) are pleased to announce the second Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program (ASEMP). This summer undergraduate mentorship program is a six-week program that offers students a unique opportunity to explore science and Cooperative Extension-related professions that focus on concepts like pharmaceutical impacts on the environment (PIE). Participants will be placed with mentors from diverse backgrounds to participate in experiential learning activities that enhance their understanding of the impacts that pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) have on animal, human, and environmental health and the best management practices necessary to minimize the risk posed by these hazardous bioactive chemicals.

Apply Online

FREE SerPIE; SerPIE; Urban Extension

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

SerPIE-ASEMP 2019

Alabama A&M University, James I. Dawson Building, 4900 Meridian St Normal AL, 35762

SerPIE-ASEMPSynergistic Efforts to Reduce Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program for Undergraduates.

Program DateJune 3–July 15, 2019

Program LocationsAlabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL (5 weeks) and Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN (1 week)

Application DeadlineApril 20, 2019

Stipend$1500 for six weeks (travel, meals, and lodging will be provided)

Support: USDA-NIFA grant #2017-38821-26426.

 

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), Alabama A&M University (AAMU), and Tennessee State University (TSU) are pleased to announce the second Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program (ASEMP). This summer undergraduate mentorship program is a six-week program that offers students a unique opportunity to explore science and Cooperative Extension-related professions that focus on concepts like pharmaceutical impacts on the environment (PIE). Participants will be placed with mentors from diverse backgrounds to participate in experiential learning activities that enhance their understanding of the impacts that pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) have on animal, human, and environmental health and the best management practices necessary to minimize the risk posed by these hazardous bioactive chemicals.

Apply Online

FREE SerPIE; SerPIE; Urban Extension

State 4-H WHEP Contest

Lake Guntersville State Park, 1155 Lodge Drive Guntersville AL, 35976

Register now for the 2019 State Wildlife Habitat Education Program (WHEP) Contest in 4HOnline and receive a copy of the registration packet. The contest will be held at Lake Guntersville State Park June 4-5. Registration closes May 10.

The winning senior (14-18 years of age) WHEP team from each state earns the right to attend the annual National WHEP Contest, typically held the last full week of July. Click here to receive a copy of the WHEP manual and additional program information. 

Contact your county 4-H agent for more information.

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40 Alabama 4-H

ServSafe- Clarke County

Grove Hill Senior Center, 113 Clark St Grove Hill AL, 36451

Food Safety Certified Food Protection Manager Course meeting Alabama Department of Public Health requirement for Retail Food Permit Holders. This is a two-day class. Must register two weeks before the scheduled date.

Address:
Grove Hill Senior Center
113 Clark St
Grove Hill, AL 36451

Contact:
Rebecca Catalena
rjc0026@auburn.edu
(251) 234-1050

140.0 Food Safety

Wiregrass Lunch and Learn

Wiregrass Lunch and Learn offered at the Dothan Library featuring timely topics for each month. January 15th – Honey Bees; February 19th – Yard Art: How to Plant a Chair and More ; March 5th – Vegetable Gardening with Ease; April 2nd – All About Blueberries; May 7th – Creating the Perfect Lawn; June 4th – Hostas; September 3rd – Tips for Designing Your Landscape; October 1st – What’s Bugging You?; November 12th – Growing Fall Bulbs & Making Grapevine Wreaths

Contact:
Lucy Edwards
lee0003@auburn.edu
334-794-4108

Free to Public Lawn & Garden

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

SerPIE-ASEMP 2019

Alabama A&M University, James I. Dawson Building, 4900 Meridian St Normal AL, 35762

SerPIE-ASEMPSynergistic Efforts to Reduce Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program for Undergraduates.

Program DateJune 3–July 15, 2019

Program LocationsAlabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL (5 weeks) and Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN (1 week)

Application DeadlineApril 20, 2019

Stipend$1500 for six weeks (travel, meals, and lodging will be provided)

Support: USDA-NIFA grant #2017-38821-26426.

 

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), Alabama A&M University (AAMU), and Tennessee State University (TSU) are pleased to announce the second Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program (ASEMP). This summer undergraduate mentorship program is a six-week program that offers students a unique opportunity to explore science and Cooperative Extension-related professions that focus on concepts like pharmaceutical impacts on the environment (PIE). Participants will be placed with mentors from diverse backgrounds to participate in experiential learning activities that enhance their understanding of the impacts that pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) have on animal, human, and environmental health and the best management practices necessary to minimize the risk posed by these hazardous bioactive chemicals.

Apply Online

FREE SerPIE; SerPIE; Urban Extension

State 4-H WHEP Contest

Lake Guntersville State Park, 1155 Lodge Drive Guntersville AL, 35976

Register now for the 2019 State Wildlife Habitat Education Program (WHEP) Contest in 4HOnline and receive a copy of the registration packet. The contest will be held at Lake Guntersville State Park June 4-5. Registration closes May 10.

The winning senior (14-18 years of age) WHEP team from each state earns the right to attend the annual National WHEP Contest, typically held the last full week of July. Click here to receive a copy of the WHEP manual and additional program information. 

Contact your county 4-H agent for more information.

Alabama 4-H social media icons

40 Alabama 4-H

Alabama Rivers Educator Workshop – Camp McDowell

Camp McDowell, 105 Delong Road Nauvoo AL, 35578

Alabama Rivers Book Workshops, funded by the Alabama Bicentennial Commission and based on Dr. Bill Deutsch’s newly released book Alabama Rivers, A Celebration and Challenge, are ideal for educators, outreach specialists, classroom teachers, and volunteers who work with 4th-12th grades. On the second day of this workshop, educators will canoe Clear Creek at Camp McDowell.

Address:
Camp McDowell
105 Delong Road
Nauvoo, AL 35578

Contact:
Sydney Smith
awwprog@auburn.edu
(334) 844-4785

Register Online

35 Fish & Water; Forestry & Wildlife

ServSafe- Clarke County

Grove Hill Senior Center, 113 Clark St Grove Hill AL, 36451

Food Safety Certified Food Protection Manager Course meeting Alabama Department of Public Health requirement for Retail Food Permit Holders. This is a two-day class. Must register two weeks before the scheduled date.

Address:
Grove Hill Senior Center
113 Clark St
Grove Hill, AL 36451

Contact:
Rebecca Catalena
rjc0026@auburn.edu
(251) 234-1050

140.0 Food Safety

Thursday, June 6, 2019

SerPIE-ASEMP 2019

Alabama A&M University, James I. Dawson Building, 4900 Meridian St Normal AL, 35762

SerPIE-ASEMPSynergistic Efforts to Reduce Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program for Undergraduates.

Program DateJune 3–July 15, 2019

Program LocationsAlabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL (5 weeks) and Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN (1 week)

Application DeadlineApril 20, 2019

Stipend$1500 for six weeks (travel, meals, and lodging will be provided)

Support: USDA-NIFA grant #2017-38821-26426.

 

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), Alabama A&M University (AAMU), and Tennessee State University (TSU) are pleased to announce the second Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program (ASEMP). This summer undergraduate mentorship program is a six-week program that offers students a unique opportunity to explore science and Cooperative Extension-related professions that focus on concepts like pharmaceutical impacts on the environment (PIE). Participants will be placed with mentors from diverse backgrounds to participate in experiential learning activities that enhance their understanding of the impacts that pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) have on animal, human, and environmental health and the best management practices necessary to minimize the risk posed by these hazardous bioactive chemicals.

Apply Online

FREE SerPIE; SerPIE; Urban Extension

SmartMap 1.0

Wiregrass Research and Extension Center, 167 East Alabama Highway 134 Headland AL, 36345

SmartMap logoSmartMap 1.0 introduces audiences to low-cost and easy to use geospatial mapping applications (apps) that can be used on smartphones or ipads. The class introduces audiences to GIS, GPS, and Smartphone GIS applications. It provides hands-on tutorials to give attendees experience using these technologies. This workshop also introduces audiences to UAV technology and its applications for video capture and forest mapping.

Questions?

Email your questions to Smartmap@auburn.edu.

Register Online

FREE Forestry & Wildlife

Alabama Rivers Educator Workshop – Camp McDowell

Camp McDowell, 105 Delong Road Nauvoo AL, 35578

Alabama Rivers Book Workshops, funded by the Alabama Bicentennial Commission and based on Dr. Bill Deutsch’s newly released book Alabama Rivers, A Celebration and Challenge, are ideal for educators, outreach specialists, classroom teachers, and volunteers who work with 4th-12th grades. On the second day of this workshop, educators will canoe Clear Creek at Camp McDowell.

Address:
Camp McDowell
105 Delong Road
Nauvoo, AL 35578

Contact:
Sydney Smith
awwprog@auburn.edu
(334) 844-4785

Register Online

35 Fish & Water; Forestry & Wildlife

DEEP Series

Free diabetes education classes on Thursdays, beginning at 2:00 p.m. on May 2nd for six weeks and ending June 6th, at the Opp Housing Authority Community Room covering:
• Diabetes and its risks
• Healthy eating and exercise
• Talking with your health care team
• Managing medications

Address:
1699 Ross Clark Circle, Ste. 4, Dothan, AL 36301

Contact:
Wanda Carpenter
carpewa@auburn.edu
334-790-1037

FREE Home & Family

Farming 201 Session #4- Weed management and toxic plants in Forages

This topic will be presented by Brenda Glover. Cost is $70 for the entire session or $10 per session, including materials and refreshments. To pre-register or for more information call 334-875-3200 or email James Miles at milesjd@auburn.edu.

Location: Central Alabama Farmer’s Co-op 2519 US Hwy 80 W Selma, AL 36701

Contact: Callie N. Nelson, 334-875-3200, nelsoc3@auburn.edu

$10 per session or $70 entire series Farming

Friday, June 7, 2019

SerPIE-ASEMP 2019

Alabama A&M University, James I. Dawson Building, 4900 Meridian St Normal AL, 35762

SerPIE-ASEMPSynergistic Efforts to Reduce Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program for Undergraduates.

Program DateJune 3–July 15, 2019

Program LocationsAlabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL (5 weeks) and Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN (1 week)

Application DeadlineApril 20, 2019

Stipend$1500 for six weeks (travel, meals, and lodging will be provided)

Support: USDA-NIFA grant #2017-38821-26426.

 

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), Alabama A&M University (AAMU), and Tennessee State University (TSU) are pleased to announce the second Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program (ASEMP). This summer undergraduate mentorship program is a six-week program that offers students a unique opportunity to explore science and Cooperative Extension-related professions that focus on concepts like pharmaceutical impacts on the environment (PIE). Participants will be placed with mentors from diverse backgrounds to participate in experiential learning activities that enhance their understanding of the impacts that pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) have on animal, human, and environmental health and the best management practices necessary to minimize the risk posed by these hazardous bioactive chemicals.

Apply Online

FREE SerPIE; SerPIE; Urban Extension

Farmers Market

13486 St Stephens Ave, 13486 St Stephens Ave Chatom AL, 36518

Starting May 1st through November 1st, farmers from all over will be stationed at 13486 St. Stephens Ave. for the annual Washington County Farmers’ Market! Please come out and shop local as well as learn more about your local Extension office and what it has to offer!

Address:
13486 St Stephens Ave
Chatom, AL 36518

Contact:
Sabra Johnson
sej0025@aces.edu
251-847-2295

FREE Crop Production; Farming; Forestry & Wildlife; Lawn & Garden; Livestock; Poultry

Saturday, June 8, 2019

SerPIE-ASEMP 2019

Alabama A&M University, James I. Dawson Building, 4900 Meridian St Normal AL, 35762

SerPIE-ASEMPSynergistic Efforts to Reduce Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program for Undergraduates.

Program DateJune 3–July 15, 2019

Program LocationsAlabama A&M University, Huntsville, AL (5 weeks) and Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN (1 week)

Application DeadlineApril 20, 2019

Stipend$1500 for six weeks (travel, meals, and lodging will be provided)

Support: USDA-NIFA grant #2017-38821-26426.

 

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), Alabama A&M University (AAMU), and Tennessee State University (TSU) are pleased to announce the second Agricultural Science Extension Mentorship Program (ASEMP). This summer undergraduate mentorship program is a six-week program that offers students a unique opportunity to explore science and Cooperative Extension-related professions that focus on concepts like pharmaceutical impacts on the environment (PIE). Participants will be placed with mentors from diverse backgrounds to participate in experiential learning activities that enhance their understanding of the impacts that pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) have on animal, human, and environmental health and the best management practices necessary to minimize the risk posed by these hazardous bioactive chemicals.

Apply Online

FREE SerPIE; SerPIE; Urban Extension