Tomato Canning Workshop
Go to Nash.CES.NCSU.edu or call 252.459.9810 for more information and details.
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Presented by Regina Moseley,
NC Cooperative Extension Agent
Family & Consumers Sciences
The objective of this program is to build and strengthen relationships between farmworkers, farmers, farm labor contractors (FLC), and their families, and the community in order to enhance the well-being of the farm working community.
What does this program do?
Provide health and safety training on pesticide safety, heat stress prevention, Green Tobacco Sickness via on-farm and community events training.
- Serve as a resource to growers as they work to provide a healthy work environment on their farm.
- Promote the development of a stakeholder’s network to identify educational needs and opportunities for farmworkers and their families
- Connect farmworkers and their families with Extension resources such as youth development, nutrition and food safety programs as well as with other community resources.
- Serve as a resource to farmworkers' employers to meet EPA Workers Protection Standard and the U.S. Tobacco Good Agriculture Practices Program farmworkers training requirements.
For more information contact:
Farmworker Health and Safety Education
Cell 252.883.5721 l RMRosale@ncsu.edu
The Hunter Education Program of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission provides FREE hunter education courses throughout the year in every county. More than a firearm safety course, instruction includes ethics and responsibility, conservation and wildlife management, wildlife identification, survival and first aid, specialty hunting and tree stand safety. For more information or register online go to:
Or Call Chris Joyner at 252.883.0435 / Duncan Tatum at 252.883.1435