Extractions: dhr.state.ga.us Related Links ARC is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the 10-county Atlanta area. The ARC covers issues regarding transportation and land use. Physical activity promoters can work with the ARC and other MPOs to encourage inclusion of sidewalks and bike lanes thus leading to the development of communities that are conducive to physical activity. CDC's Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity (DNPA) provides science-based activities for children and adults that address the role of nutrition and physical activity in health promotion and the prevention and control of chronic diseases; the scope of DNPA programs includes epidemiology, applied research, public health policy, surveillance, community interventions, evaluation, and communications.
UGA Extension Links food selection buying. food Safety Preservation. Consumer Economics. Housing Environment. Nutrition Health. Special programs CYFERNET. georgia Family Link. georgia Academy http://www.fcs.uga.edu/extension/links.html
ACC Extension FCS of professionals, and provision of researchbased programs. Financial Management. food selection and buying. Health and Safety from The University of georgia's College of Family and http://www.griffin.peachnet.edu/ga/clarke/A_FCShome.htm
Extractions: Family and Consumer Sciences Are you raising a family? Making a living? Trying to cook and eat nutritiously? Making important buying decisions? The Athens-Clarke County agent, supported by Specialists from The University of Georgia, helps individuals and families with issues relating to: The ACC Family and Consumer Science Extension Agent is the educational link in relaying current information from The University of Georgia's College of Family and Consumer Sciences and other sources to the citizens of Athens-Clarke County. We welcome our new Extension Agent, Penny Thompsen, who started in September. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office:
Publications - Subject List food to Go FDNSNE-1601 ( PDF only) Fruitful Muffins, Skillet Cornbread FDNS-NE-754 ( PDF only) Fruits buying georgia Gardeners B 671. selection, Production programs for georgia http://www.ces.uga.edu/pubs/pubsubj.html
Nutrition And Food Science, Healthy Lifestyles, AmericanHealthandHealing.com Links to University Resources on food and nutrition, including food science, food composition, nutrient analysis, human nutrition, food safety, food preservation, food pyramids, and dietary Subject IndexWellness Concepts-Wellness programs- University of. georgia - www.fcs.uga.edu/extension/food_ext.html safety_ext.html. food selection, buying Preparation - www http://www.americanhealthandhealing.com/Pages/LSfoodnutritionuniv.html
Site Selection Cooperative Extension. Agricultural Research. Faculty/Staff. Alumni. Calendar of Events. Other Resources. Publications News. Site selection. The most important factor for successful gardens. programs. All Rights Reserved. georgia Extension Teletips. Consumer Tips. Diet Nutrition. Energy Conservation. Flowers. food buying http://www.ag.fvsu.edu/TeleTips/Vegetables/113.htm
Extractions: Academics Cooperative Extension Agricultural Research Faculty/Staff ... Other Resources The most important factor for successful gardens. For those who have a very small area, a few plants can produce some fresh vegetables for your family. When a choice of locations is available for your garden, there are several things that you need to consider to be assured that you choose the best possible site. First consideration, most vegetables need full sun to do their best; therefore the area chosen should have full sun or as nearly possible. A few of the leafy vegetables will do all right in partial shade, but they will do better in full sun. Early morning sun is important to dry dew from the leaves as soon as possible. The second consideration is nearness to the house. The selected site should be near the house so that it can be observed frequently for insect, disease, and weed problems. The soil type is also very important. The soil type should be fertile, easily worked without leaving a lot of clods and it should be well-drained. Well-drained means that after heavy rains the excess water will drain out of the soil and not keep the area soggy. The area should also be free of nut grass, Bermuda grass and other weeds and grasses that are difficult to control. The size of the garden may be predetermined by the amount of land available and the amount of time you have to spend in it.
Food And Nutrition Resource Guide and healthy food buying and preparation skills Elements of both programs have been incorporated topics include food resource management, food selection and purchasing, food http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/foods/fnguide/programs.html
Extractions: is designed to teach men the skills and knowledge to purchase, prepare, and store food and meals for themselves and their families. This award winning (state, regional, and national awards) program consists of a notebook with leader lessons, course curriculum for 8 interactive meal preparation sessions, recipes, evaluation form, and graduation certificate. Contact Jackie McClelland for ordering information at 919-515-9148. Active For Life Series Program "Active For Life" is designed as a comprehensive proactive health education program for older adults; however, the main focus of the program is a low-to-moderate-intensity exercise program. The aerobic component of the program is walking. The program was piloted by the West Virginia University Extension Service with 250 adults between the ages of 50 and 95 at 16 locations in both rural and communities. Although its primary component is exercise for flexibility and strength, the program addresses other needs of older adults, such as social, intellectual, related, emotional or spiritual ones. The unique feature of this program is the involvement of peer volunteer leaders. This allows for a greater number of older adults to participate in a community-based preventive health education program. Program materials include a resource guide, an exercise manual, and a video of the program participants in action. Before conducting this program, you must have gone through the inservice training held on May 14, 1997 or have watched the video of that inservice training. After viewing the video, you may ask to be sent all the program materials (Contact Jackie McClelland at 919/515-9148).
Getting Started In The Food Specialty Business Ingredient Functions and selection. food Processing. Fermentation gourmet foods formed georgia's Specialty food and Wine Association Employee training programs on plant sanitation and http://www.ces.uga.edu/pubcd/b1051-w.html
Extractions: Americans are consuming more than $13 billion of specialty foods a year, reports Frost and Sullivan, a New York marketing consultant group, in the completed study "Gourmet Foods in the U.S." This report cites a 20 percent per year increase in specialty food sales over the last four years. With such an explosion in popularity, it is no wonder that there has been a nationwide surge in entrepreneurship and the development of many regional food handling and processing companies. In 1989, a group of statewide cottage industries specializing in the manufacture of gourmet foods formed Georgia's Specialty Food and Wine Association. This association was established to provide a foundation for improving the promotion and marketing of specialty foods processed from Georgia's agricultural commodities. The definition of a specialty food is somewhat vague according to the National Association for Specialty Food Trade. Typically, specialty foods are low-volume manufactured from the highest quality ingredients to produce a uniquely marketable product commanding a high price. Specialty foods include, but are not limited to, fancy jams, jellies, sauces, relishes, nut and bakery products, confections, fine wines, exotic cheeses, specialty meats (pates, sausages, smoked turkey, salmon) and assorted beverages (natural sodas, sparkling water and teas). Specialty foods are marketed by mail order and through gourmet food stores, gift shops and deli departments of chain stores.
Extractions: This publication has been prepared for educators interested in printed food and nutrition materials, audiovisuals, and other resources for classroom use. Items listed cover topics including foods, food safety, food science, food service management, basic nutrition, dietary management, and nutrition education. Teaching materials listed include: food models, games, kits, videocassettes, and lesson plans. Textbooks and other resources offer ideas for training staff. Every item in this publication is available for loan from the National Agricultural Library (NAL). The call numbers provided are for the National Agricultural Library. Lending information is provided at the end of this document. If you are not eligible for direct borrowing privileges, check with your local library on how to borrow materials through interlibrary loan with the National Agricultural Library (NAL). If you have any questions concerning eligibility or borrowing items, please call (301)504-5755 for assistance. Many materials listed are available for purchase from producers or distributors. Please contact the producer(s) or distributor(s) directly by checking the Food and Nutrition Information Center web site for ordering information at: www.nal.usda.gov/fnic
Schedule Bill Hodge, Carroll County georgia Extension (GA tissues impact plant performanceand selection of companion Learn about food buying preferences and share your http://www.ssawg.org/conf2004/schedule04.html
Extractions: (concurrent sessions) Cover Cropping and Residue Management for Small-Scale Producers- Cover crop use in short and long-term rotational systems, effects on integrated pest management strategies, and impacts on soil physical properties, nutrients, and microbial life. Keith Baldwin, North Carolina University (NC). (repeated) Transitioning to Organic Farming: Managing Biology What Your Tractor Can Do For You - The basics of what to consider when buying a tractor and how to maintain and use a tractor to benefit your operation. Ellen Polishuk, Potomac Vegetable Farms (VA) and Alvin Harris, Harris Farms (TN). Introduction to Direct Marketing of Farm Products: What Method is Best For You? -
Food Colle. FSM Dietitians manual for buying, operation, maintenance, service of gas cooking Peterkin,Betty B. food selection for good nutrition in group feeding. georgia. http://www.lib.nara-wu.ac.jp/food/fsm.html
Extractions: 1. Southwestern Regional Seminar for School Food Service. New concepts in management. 2. Northeast School Food Service Seminar, University of Massachusetts. Proceedings of the Northeast School Food Service Seminar, July 12-July 24, 1970. 3. Northeast Regional Seminar for School Food Service Supervisors Pennsylvania,1971. Nutrition education, nutrition delivery systems and the management function. 4. Southeast Regional Seminar for School Food Service Administrators, University of Tennessee, 1969. Management functions for state and system level school and non school food service administrators. 5. Southeast Regional Seminar for School Food Service Administrators, University of Tennessee, 1970. Management functions of a centralized school food service system.
Food Selection And Buying Objective 2. Extension clientele will select and properly use nontraditional foodsand/or foods processed using nontraditional techniques when appropriate and http://www.fcs.uga.edu/extension/buying_ext.html
Urban Programs Resource Network - News Releases Attend National 4H Congress in Atlanta, georgia; New 4 to a 4-H Club Meeting; SeedSelection Is Key I Extension Offers Refresher Course for food Safety Managers; http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/news/news001220a.html
Italian Food Distributors Georgia Offers a selection of food service thermometers for professionals Gourmet Wine Jellyand Other foods Brunswick and the Golden Isles of georgia Community Portal http://www.kfsource.com/italian_food_distributors_georgia.htm
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FRM Educational Resources: Consumerism and Personal Appearance; Clothing selection for Children food and Nutrition ThroughFinancial Management RN 275, University of georgia Cooperative Extension http://fcs.tamu.edu/monman/frmeducationalresources/frm_consumerism.htm
Extractions: Family Resource Management Educational Resources The following annotated list describes Family Resource Management resources that are available from the Extension Educational Resource Library unless otherwise noted in the description. Contact Edna Eisfeldt (979-845-2704 or email@example.com ) to schedule use of the resource materials.
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Extractions: The Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM), headquartered in Hampton Roads, Virginia operates the worldwide Navy Exchange System (NES). As the component of the Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) responsible for resale programs, NEXCOM's mission is to provide authorized customers, quality goods and services, at a savings, and to support quality of life programs. The Navy Exchange System (NES) is a Navy retailing operation that provides quality products and a variety of services to the men and women of the Armed Forces, with special emphasis on Navy active duty Sailors, retirees, reservists and their families. Navy Exchanges (NEXs) generally are located on or near Navy bases throughout the United States and around the world. NEXCOM is self-supporting and uses almost no tax dollars for its operations. As a Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentality (NAFI) of the U. S. Government, NEXCOM is subject to directives issued by the Departments of Defense and Navy, in addition to applicable Federal laws; however, procurement laws and regulations that apply to spending tax dollars, such as the Federal Acquisition Regulations (48 CFR 1, et seq.) do not generally apply to NES procurements.
Farmers Market Nutrition Programs Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, georgia, Illinois, Indiana TheFederal food benefit level for FMNP educate them on how to select, store and http://www.fns.usda.gov/wic/FMNP/FMNPfaqs.htm
Extractions: What is the WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program? Where does the FMNP operate? Who can participate? How many recipients are served? ... What are the FMNP grant levels by State? Click here for a .pdf file of the FMNP Regulations. The WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) is associated with the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, popularly known as WIC, provides supplemental foods, health care referrals and nutrition education at no cost to low-income pregnant, breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding post-partum women, and to infants and children up to 5 years of age, who are found to be at nutritional risk. The FMNP was established by Congress in 1992, to provide fresh, unprepared, locally grown fruits and vegetables to WIC recipients, and to expand the awareness, use of and sales at farmers markets. WIC FMNP Fact Sheet , in pdf format.