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Where to go for Food Safety Information?

December 22, 2014

By Diane Wright Hirsch UConn Extension Educator/Food Safety   The late fall, early winter holidays can be a busy time for home cooks. Whether you are preparing a traditional holiday turkey, a favorite side dish of greens from your garden, or attempting something new like a goose or Connecticut oysters, the food safety implications of […]

Garden Master Classes

December 20, 2014

The Garden Master Classes spring catalog is now available. The registration page may be found at the end of the catalog.  Online registration and payment are not available at this time. Classes begin the first week of January 2015. Conifer Culture classes listed on page 2 of the catalog as Jan 31 are actually scheduled Jan. 24  with a […]

PEP: Building Communities

December 19, 2014

People Empowering People (PEP) – Building Communities By Robin Drago and Cathleen Love for UConn Extension   The People Empowering People (PEP) Program is a personal and family development program with a strong community focus. PEP builds upon individual life experiences and strengths to encourage growth in communication and problem solving skills, parent and family […]

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