|Family Resource Management|
|Nutrition & Health|
Forget the newest diet trend and instead stick to the basics.
Proper hydration is important year-round, but it’s especially important in the hot summer months
Three day camp for children 9-12 years of age involving food preparation and understanding nutrition.
Diabetes News - Nutrition Education Work Series
Individuals and families today deal with multiple issues related to raising children, eating right and spending smart in order to live well. These three issues are addressed in educational programs provided by Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) for the residents of Franklin Parish.
A quarterly newsletter with timely information and current trends. Topics covered include tips for holiday shopping budgets, managing credit card debt, and teaching children about money.
Noon Nibbles is a lunch and learn program on various topics of interest held once a month at the Franklin Parish Library.
Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service Family and Consumer Science agents present educational programs in three focus areas: Nutrition and Health, Family Development, and Family Resource Management. Lessons in these areas are designed to help citizens gain knowledge they can use to improve their lives.
The LSU AgCenter offers a variety of lessons in family resource management addressing such topics as credit, debt, saving, investing, homeownership and financial literacy.
Family and Consumer Sciences staff provide various health and nutrition programs for improving the lives of Louisiana citizens.