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The goal of family and consumer science professionals is to improve the quality of life for adults, children and families through research-based data. UI Extension, Bingham County provides consulting for food safety, food preservation, basic nutrition and personal finance. We have publications dealing with all aspects of food safety, food preservation and basic nutrition, personal finances, wills, retirement, debt, savings and more.

Explore the program areas below for more information:

 

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Many food safety and preservation methods questions can be answered by checking the USDA Complete Guide to Canning, or by contacting the UI Extension, Bingham County office at (208) 785-8060. For more information, explore the FCS Food and Nutrition resources in the UI Extension/CALS Publications and Multimedia catalog.

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Strong Women is a national fitness and nutrition program for women. The Strong Woman Program will help you increase your strength, bone density, balance, and energy and you will look and feel better. Staying physically active and being properly nourished is one of the most important things we can do to stay healthy for life. Call the UI Extension, Bingham County office at (208) 785-8060 for current class schedules.

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Meal Time in Less Time logo with clockMeal Time in Less Time teaches individuals how to plan meals, shop to save time and money, and prepare healthy meals in less time. It is designed to be taught in three 1-hour sessions. See our Meal Time in Less Time brochure for more information.

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This program teaches individuals how to balance time, manage stress, eat mindfully, be physically active, and sleep well in order to live a more balanced, fulfilling life. It is designed to be taught in five 1-hour sessions. To learn more, visit this program’s listing in the UI Extension/CALS Publications and Multimedia catalog.

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Through this hand-on experience, students learn about careers, checking and savings accounts, how to write a check, balance a check book, and establish a budget. They draw a career out of the hat and learn the difference between gross pay and net pay. They make choices in nine different budget categories, write checks, and use a debit card or online banking to “pay the bills.” This program has been well received by both students and teachers.

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