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2015 Summer STEM Camps
April 26, 2015

 ISU Extension and Outreach in Muscatine County will be offering SUMMER STEM CAMPS (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathmatics).  Summer programing to bridge the summer and fall school semesters to engage young people in learning all year long!  Mark your calendars!!  Registration information is now available.  Join not only the FUN, but the EDUCATIONAL summer camps!       To view the flyer for upcoming dates and the registraton form, select here.

Horticultural Horizons in the Heartland
April 15, 2015

The 2015 International Master Gardener Conference will be held in Council Bluffs, Iowa on September 22-25.  Don't miss out on this great opportunity!  With five conference tracks, workshops galore, pre-tours, day-tours and post-tours there is sure to be something for any garden lover!  Early bird registration lasts until April 30th so register today!

Wellness and Independence through Nutrition
April 10, 2015

ISU Extension and Outreach is seeking volunteers for our Wellness and Independence through Nutrition (WIN) program to present information intended to help answer questions about the Iowa Food Assistance program, dispel some myths associated with Food Assistance, and increase awareness of budget-friendly nutrition practices for midlife and older Iowans. 

ServSafe®
April 3, 2015

For restaurants, foodservice managers and workers, ServSafe® is the food safety certification course developed by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and is one of several recognized by the Conference on Food Protection. The 8-hour course concludes with a certification exam. Iowa regulations require the person in charge of a foodservice to have demonstrated knowledge of food safety principles; ServSafe® certification is one way to demonstrate this knowledge.

Eastern Iowa 4-H Project Workshop
April 1, 2015

Eastern Iowa 4-H Project Workshop "Dare to Explore..."   4-H members, parents and volunteers are invited to join us for a day of inspiration and exploration. Cargill will sponsor the keynote speaker John Robinson who will inspire participants to take advantage of all you can, to be a leader, a contributing citizen, and see the value we all hold inside ourselves. Nine topics available for youth to learn about: • Communications/working exhibits • Food Science • FSQA • Horticulture • Leadership • Livestock Clinic • Photography • Visual Arts • Woodworking. To register, go to the Program URL below for a registration form--registraton deadline has been extended through April 17, 2015. Please complete and submit the  registration form.

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