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Jan 17, 2022

Protecting against foodborne illness involves more than just practicing the four basic food safety principles: clean, separate, cook and chill. To ensure our food is safe to eat, Kansas State University food scientist Karen Blakeslee says we also need to learn about the three types of food safety hazards:...


Jan 10, 2022

Whether you’re an experienced gardener or just a novice, winter is a good time to plan spring and summer gardens. According to Dennis Patton, K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent for Johnson County, it’s an opportunity to think about what you want to plant, research new varieties and consider any...


Jan 3, 2022

K-State Research and Extension family and consumer sciences agents and specialists are offering a winter webinar series in January, February and March to improve our health and well-being. Extension family and community wellness agent for the West Plains District, Jennifer LaSalle and community health and wellness...


Dec 27, 2021

The start of a new year often brings a variety of resolutions: to be more active, improve our food choices or bolster our savings. However, Kansas State University child development specialist Bradford Wiles says strengthening the connection with their children is one of the best resolutions a parent can make. In...


Dec 20, 2021

Expect to keep paying more for groceries in 2022. According to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics earlier this month, prices shoppers paid for groceries in October were 5.4% higher than at the same time last year. K-State Research and Extension nutrition specialist Sandy Procter says planning meals...