Eco-Healthy Child Care

Research increasingly shows that the first years of a child's life are critical to shaping their future health and development.  As a child care provider, small changes you make can have a big impact on the children in your care.  By reducing toxins, you may help prevent illnesses like asthma, certain learning disabilities and even some forms of cancer.
Participate in a series of 3 online workshops- Learn how to create a healtheir environment to benefit the health and well-being of the children in your care.
For more information see the brochure or contact Malisa Rader, Extension Family Life Program Specialist, 515-708-0622 or email

Share |