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What is a Family and Consumer Sciences County Extension Agent?

A Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) County Extension Agent is a person who can assist you with a wide body of research-based knowledge on topics that affect your entire life:  your food, your family, your house and your finances.

 

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Missoula County is fortunate to have a Family and Consumer Sciences Extension agent as part of a partnership between Montana State University Extension and Missoula County.  Make sure to thank our commisioners and state representatives about this important and relevent program that serves the people in our county.

 

New Classes Starting this Fall  2020

Grow It, Eat It, Preserve It!              

SIMPLY RADISHING!       Come Explore cooking and creating with Daikon Radishes.

Edible Arrangements!    Come make an arrangement using a small pumpkin as the base- add dried herbs, flowers, and seed pods to dress up your holiday table.

Keeping a Well Stocked Pantry/Ideas for Quick, Healthy Meals  Quaranine, empty gorcery store shelves, difficult to find ingredients- some of the life in COVID challenges we all face

Edible Landscapes   There’s nothing better than grazing your way thru your own yard! Learn how to incorporate some edibles into your landscape

Pizza Garden   Get the essential plants and growing instructions to help create a delicious pizza fresh from the garden

Registration coming soon -Classes start September 22nd

 

  • Families - Learn more about the positive development of children, youth, adults and families including caregiving and grandparents raising grandchildren.
  • Finances - Find out how to save money, spend wisely and improve your financial knowledge and skills.
  • Food - Get information about safe food handling, food preservation, free pressure gauge checks, buying, preparing, nutrition and health.
  • Housing Environment - Discover resources on buying/owning/renting, indoor air quality, water, energy and waste.

 

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information, classes and publications at (406) 258-4206, Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.  To veiw a complete listing of FCS related publications visit 

Nutrition and cooking class resources for limited income families with children can be found at the Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program webpage.

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