FACS Agents stay up-to-date on the latest research and teaching techniques in nutrition and food safety and use that knowledge to help others in their communities.
Family and Consumer Sciences Agent, Sylvia Baker, helps a 4-Her learn about nutrition and safe food handling.
Family and Consumer Sciences Agent, Mitzi Parker and Program Development Specialist, Janet Valente, teach how to safely preserve food at home.
Agent, Mitzi Parker, and a student from the Dept. of Foods and Nutrition work with 4-Hers during a district contest.
Family and Consumer Sciences Agents, Rachel Hubbard and Suzanne Williams, talk about nutrition and food safety with 4-Hers during a district contest.
FACS Agents review canning equipment as they prepare to help consumers can foods safely at home.
FACS Agent, Mitzi Parker (and baby!) teach consumers in Sumter County to can foods safely.
FACS Agents learn to prepare gluten-free foods to help consumers who suffer from gluten intolerance.
FACS Agents prepare and test gluten-free foods to help consumers who suffer from gluten intolerance.
Nutrition Specialist and Registered Dietitian, Connie Crawley, helps FACS Agents gain the latest information on preparation of gluten-free foods.
FACS Agents Roxie Price, Tift County, and Christa Campbell, Elbert County, help develop puzzle activities to use in teaching food safety.
Foods and Nutrition Professor and FACS Food Safety Specialist, Dr. Judy Harrison, helps FACS Agents develop teaching techniques for food safety classes.
FACS Agents attend trainings to help them better serve consumers in their local communities.
FACS Agents Susan Howington (Henry County), Ines Beltran (Gwinnett County), Rachel Hubbard (Lanier County), Sylvia Davis (Baker County) and Jessica Hill (DeKallb County) discuss canning equipment as they prepare for a busy food preservation season.
Dr. Elizabeth Andress, FDN Professor and FACS Food Preservation Specialist, helps FACS Agents review safe equipment and methods for home food preservation..
FACS Agents Roxie Booker (Tift County), Kisha Faulk (Fulton County), Marnie Dekle (Candler County), Rhea Bentley (Muscogee County) and Lisa Jordan (Chatham County) develop teaching activities for food safety classes.
FACS Agents Rebecca Creasy (Houston County) and Wayne Coachman (Early County) share information on the Walk Georgia program, as well as other FACS Extension programs and resources at Sunbelt Expo.
FACS Agents examine food preservation equipment to help consumers learn about what is in the marketplace.
EFNEP Agent Dr. Judy Hibbs (Clarke County), along with several FACS, 4-H and ANR Agents, work on media outreach to help consumers throughout the state.
FACS Agents Rebecca Creasy (Houston County) and Wayne Coachman (Early County) share information on FACS Extension programs and resources at Sunbelt Expo.