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  1. Virtual Dining with Diabetes

    https://fcs.osu.edu/events/virtual-dining-diabetes-3

    Do you or someone you love have diabetes? With 30 million diabetics in America, you are not alone! You will learn how to incorporate good, healthy cooking techniques and other practices to help control your blood sugar through our cooking school and nutri ...

  2. 2020 Urban Extension Highlights

    https://urban-extension.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/node/1322

    2020 was a unique year because of the Covid-19 pandemic. In-person events were shutdown in mid-March and educators pivoted to offer many more online options for their clientele.   Check out these 2020-21 stories from around the state. Ohio Population Chan ...

  3. Young Adult

    https://fcs.osu.edu/programs/nutrition/efnep/young-adult

    Young adults experience key life changes whether they are going to college, moving out on their own, or changing their role at home. It is exciting to take on new responsibilities and make your own choices. EFNEP offers young adults, ages 18-26, with or w ...

  4. FCS Meeting

    https://champaign.osu.edu/events/fcs-meeting-4

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  5. FCS Meeting

    https://champaign.osu.edu/events/fcs-meeting-3

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  6. FCS Meeting

    https://champaign.osu.edu/events/fcs-meeting-2

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  7. FCS Meeting

    https://champaign.osu.edu/events/fcs-meeting-1

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  8. FCS Meeting

    https://champaign.osu.edu/events/fcs-meeting-0

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  9. 2023 North-Central Regional NUEL Conference- Proposals

    https://urban-extension.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/blog/january-10-2023-1106am/2023-north-central-regional-nuel-conference-proposals

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  10. Wasting food is wasting money. Here’s how to keep food fresh and throw away less cash- Saving You Money

    https://fcs.osu.edu/news/wasting-food-wasting-money-here%E2%80%99s-how-keep-food-fresh-and-throw-away-less-cash-saving-you-money

    By   Sean McDonnell, cleveland.com  — With rising prices and tight budgets, it pays to look for cheaper groceries. But if the lettuce you bought spoils in the back of the fridge, it (and the money you paid for it) might be going in the trash can. It doesn ...

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