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A woman at a farmers market
You can find fresh, in-season produce at the local farmers market. These venues are a great place to meet local growers, interact with others in your community, and support the local economy.
July 16, 2024

Shopping at your local farmers market is a great way to add more nutritious foods to your diet, eat in-season produce, and support and connect with local farmers and the agriculture industry.

Canned Vegetables in Mason Jars
Learning how to safely can produce is a great way to preserve the freshness of your favorite summer fruits and vegetables!
July 7, 2024

There’s nothing more delicious than fruits and vegetables fresh from the garden! An easy way to preserve the freshness of your favorite summer produce is by learning how to can!

Two women and a child stand behind a kitchen counter filled with ingredients to make a smoothie
Celebrate dairy month with a tasty, nutritious, and hydrating smoothie!
June 19, 2024

June is National Dairy Month! As the temperatures rise, it is a great time to cool off with a tasty and nutritious dairy-based smoothie.

Success Stories

A Facebook post showing the top garden myths and truths.
Volume 8 Number 2

Sharing links to popular social media posts and new feeds.

Five young adults and two women wearing black aprons and face masks smile for a group photo in a kitchen.
Volume 8 Number 2

At Winona Career and Technical Center in Montgomery County, students studying culinary arts participated in the Eating Smart, Being Active program, delivered by the Mississippi State University Extension Service in the spring 2022 semester. 

A smiling teenage girl stands behind a table covered in ingredients for a recipe displayed on a phone screen she holds in front of her.
Volume 7 Number 2

Mississippi fresh chef

4-H’er’s recipe appears in national cookbook

When Sydnee Thompson found out the National 4-H Council was putting together a cookbook, she decided to submit one of her family’s favorite recipes.

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