New family life agents get training for duties
Families can find it difficult to eat healthy and watch their wallets while meeting the demands of everyday life.
Mississippi State University’s Extension Service family and consumer sciences educators can help.
“It may be trendy and easy to look online for guidance and answers for everything, but just because it is on the Internet does not make it valid advice,” said Susan Cosgrove, Extension family resource management area agent. “Extension family and consumer sciences educators have research-based information about all family and consumer sciences topics, including healthy meal planning, financial management and child and family development. MSU’s Extension Service has an office serving every county, which makes our information very accessible…and it’s free.”
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