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Events for June 9 — June 15, 2019

Sunday, June 9, 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 10, 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 11, 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

Wednesday, June 12, 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

Dallas County 4-H Summer Camp

Alabama 4-H Center

Dallas County 4-H Summer camp for youth ages 9-15 will be at the Alabama 4-H Youth Development Center in Columbiana. Camp dates are June 12-14. Space is limited to 18 youth. Registration open February 11-22. Cost is $115. There is a deposit of $35 which is non-refundable. For more information or to register, contact our office at 875-3200.

Location: 892 4-H Road Columbiana, AL 35051

Contact: Callie Nelson at 334-750-9570 or nelsoc3@auburn.edu

 

$115.00 Alabama 4-H

Diabetes Empowerment Education Program Train the Trainer Certification

819 Cook Ave. NW Ste 106, Alabama Cooperative Extension Huntsville AL, 35801

The Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP) train the trainer will be hosted by the Human Sciences Extension Agents from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. The DEEP curriculum is evidence based and provides excellent diabetes and prediabetes education.
The Training will cover:
 What is Diabetes
 Understanding the Human Body & Diabetes
 Monitoring the Body
 Nutrition
 Diabetes & Exercise
 Prevention Of Diabetes Complications
 Medication
 Coping with Diabetes
 Communicating with Healthcare Professionals
The DEEP Curriculum presents simple medical terms and concepts using hands-on activities that engage the participants. This curriculum will give the participants the knowledge and tools to help them manage their diabetes and prevent complications. There is a small certification fee of $100.00. Come be a part of the fight against diabetes!!!

Address:
819 Cook Ave. NW Ste 106
Alabama Cooperative Extension
Huntsville, AL 35801

Contact:
Shonda Miller
sam0059@aces.edu
(256) 426-8444

Register Online

100.0 Home & Family

Thursday, June 13, 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

4-H Summer Camp

Summer camp for youth ages 9-15 held at the Alabama 4-H Youth Development Center in Columbiana. Camp dates are June 12-14. Space is limited to 18 youth. Registration is open February 11-22. Cost is $115. There is a deposit of $35 which is non-refundable. For more information or to register contact our office at 875-3200.

Location: 892 4-H Road Columbiana, AL 35051

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

$115.00 Alabama 4-H

Diabetes Empowerment Education Program Train the Trainer Certification

819 Cook Ave. NW Ste 106, Alabama Cooperative Extension Huntsville AL, 35801

The Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP) train the trainer will be hosted by the Human Sciences Extension Agents from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. The DEEP curriculum is evidence based and provides excellent diabetes and prediabetes education.
The Training will cover:
 What is Diabetes
 Understanding the Human Body & Diabetes
 Monitoring the Body
 Nutrition
 Diabetes & Exercise
 Prevention Of Diabetes Complications
 Medication
 Coping with Diabetes
 Communicating with Healthcare Professionals
The DEEP Curriculum presents simple medical terms and concepts using hands-on activities that engage the participants. This curriculum will give the participants the knowledge and tools to help them manage their diabetes and prevent complications. There is a small certification fee of $100.00. Come be a part of the fight against diabetes!!!

Address:
819 Cook Ave. NW Ste 106
Alabama Cooperative Extension
Huntsville, AL 35801

Contact:
Shonda Miller
sam0059@aces.edu
(256) 426-8444

Register Online

100.0 Home & Family

Barbour County Home Horticulture Lunch and Learn

Come join Extension Agents at the Carnegie Library for a four part lunch and learn series all about home horticulture. Meetings will start at 12 and last until 1. The topics for each date are:
-March 14 container and raised bed gardening
-April 11 Succulents
-May 9 House Plants
-June 13 Native Plants
Bring a friend!

Address:
217 N Eufaula Ave, Eufaula, Al 36027

Contact:
Allie Corcoran
corcoja@aces.edu
13346875688

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

Home Food Preservation Course – Bibb County

First Baptist Church Woodstock, 2473 Coldwater Rd Woodstock AL, 35188

  • We will cover canning low acid foods (vegetables) in a pressure canner and high acid foods such as jams, jellies, pickles, tomatoes, salsa, etc in a water bath canner.
  • We will do a hands-on workshop of making and preserving tomato salsa.
  • Many handouts and recipes will be available for you to pick up and food preservation books will be available for sale at the low price of $6.00.
  • The class is limited to 25 people

Location: First Baptist Church Woodstock, 2473 Coldwater Rd, Woodstock, Alabama 35188
1:00pm – 4:00pm

Contact: Angela Treadaway at 205-410-3696 or treadas@aces.edu

Register Online

10 Food Safety

Friday, June 14, 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

4-H Summer Camp

Summer camp for youth ages 9-15 held at the Alabama 4-H Youth Development Center in Columbiana. Camp dates are June 12-14. Space is limited to 18 youth. Registration is open February 11-22. Cost is $115. There is a deposit of $35 which is non-refundable. For more information or to register contact our office at 875-3200.

Location: 892 4-H Road Columbiana, AL 35051

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

$115.00 Alabama 4-H

Diabetes Empowerment Education Program Train the Trainer Certification

819 Cook Ave. NW Ste 106, Alabama Cooperative Extension Huntsville AL, 35801

The Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP) train the trainer will be hosted by the Human Sciences Extension Agents from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. The DEEP curriculum is evidence based and provides excellent diabetes and prediabetes education.
The Training will cover:
– What is Diabetes
– Understanding the Human Body & Diabetes
– Monitoring the Body
– Nutrition
– Diabetes & Exercise
– Prevention Of Diabetes Complications
– Medication
– Coping with Diabetes
– Communicating with Healthcare Professionals
The DEEP Curriculum presents simple medical terms and concepts using hands-on activities that engage the participants. This curriculum will give the participants the knowledge and tools to help them manage their diabetes and prevent complications. There is a small certification fee of $100.00. Come be a part of the fight against diabetes!!!

Address:
819 Cook Ave. NW Ste 106
Alabama Cooperative Extension
Huntsville, AL 35801

Contact:
Shonda Miller
sam0059@aces.edu
(256) 426-8444

Register Online

100.0 Home & Family

Saturday, June 15, 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