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Master Wellness Volunteer program boosts public value of OSU Extension

OSU Extension is looking for volunteers to take part in the Master Wellness Volunteer program and working alongside family and consumer sciences educators statewide to promote healthy living.
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Enjoy the flavors of the season while meeting health goals

Fri, Dec 15, 2023

Oklahoma State University Extension offers tips for healthy eating amid the special goodies available during the holidays.

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Cooperative Extension advances reach in Southern region

Thu, Sep 28, 2023

OSU Extension and Langston University Extension are part of a national network designed to address emerging issues affecting communities.

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OSU Extension awarded funding to add Native American educator roles

Tue, Jan 10, 2023

Two grants from the Native American Agriculture Fund will support programming focused on community development, cultural preservation, nutrition and more.

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Get healthy and save money with meal planning

Thu, Nov 03, 2022

Families looking to put healthy meals on the table and save money on the grocery budget should consider meal planning.

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OSU Extension helping children have a flavorful fall break

Mon, Oct 10, 2022

The OSU Extension's Flavorful Fall Break resource provides healthy and easy-to-make snack recipes for Oklahoma students who will be home soon on fall break.

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Kids in the kitchen improves eating habits

Wed, Jun 22, 2022

Getting kids in the kitchen to help prepare healthy snacks and simple meals develops skills they will need to make good food choices throughout their lives.

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