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Monday, Feb. 19, 2018

Missouri 4-H Legislative Academy

When:  Monday, Feb. 19, 2018, 10 a.m. to Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018, 4 p.m.

Where:  
Jefferson City MO

Description:

Selected teen leaders serve as Missouri 4-H youth ambassadors in the capitol city. They meet with major supporters of 4-H, shadow legislators, and learn about state government, policymaking, and careers in public service. more...

Registration:

For eligibility, selection criteria, and how to apply, visit: http://4h.missouri.edu/legislativeacad/adhoc more...

Registration
deadline:

12/15/2017

Class size:

15

Event full:

No

Cost:

$50.00

Facilitator:

Steven A. Henness, hennesss@umsystem.edu
4-H Center for Youth Development, MU Extension
phone: 573-884-6618




Dairy Profit Seminars (Session 1 of 5)

When:  Monday, Feb. 19, 2018, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where:  
Missouri State Fair Pork House Sedalia, MO
Sedalia MO

Description:

Dr. Bewley, University of KY, keynotes the 2018 dairy profit seminar, 3 additional presentations and lunch included.

Registration:

Call Barry Co. Extension to preregister 417-847-3161

Cost:

$20.00

Facilitator:

Reagan Bluel, BluelRJ@missouri.edu
MU Extension in Barry County
phone: 417-847-3161




Stay Strong, Stay Healthy - Level 1 at CMH Senior Health Center (Session 11 of 16)

When:  Monday, Feb. 19, 2018, 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Where:  
CMH Senior Health Center
1815 W Broadway St, Bolivar MO map...

Description:

Stay Strong, Stay Healthy is an eight-week, evidenced-based strength training program designed for older adults who want to improve their quality of life and stay active.

Registration:

Contact Jody at 417-777-7171

Registration
deadline:

1/12/2018

Class size:

15

Event full:

No

Cost:

$0.00

Facilitator:

Mary Sebade, sebadem@missouri.edu
MU Extension in Dallas County
phone: 417-345-7551




Small Steps to Health & Wealth at Osceola (Session 1 of 4)

When:  Monday, Feb. 19, 2018, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Description:

The Small Steps to Health and Wealth program motivates participants to improve both their health and their finances. Participants are encouraged to set a health goal and/or wealth goal, then take action to achieve their goals by identifying small progress steps. Participants discuss 20 similarities between health and personal finance issues and learn 10 suggested behavior change strategies that can be applied to either area of life. The impact of health on finances and finances on health is also explored. The program concludes with a discussion of seven key health and wealth success factors: attitude, automation, awareness/knowledge, control, environment, goals, and time.

Registration:

To register call the St Clair County Extension office at 417-646-2419

Registration
deadline:

2/19/2018

Class size:

15

Event full:

No

Cost:

$0.00

Facilitator:

David Black, blackdav@missouri.edu
MU Extension in Vernon County
phone: 417-448-2560




Private Pesticide Applicator Training (Session 3 of 5)

When:  Monday, Feb. 19, 2018, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where:  
Buffalo Alumni Building just north of the Mallory Elementary School
108 S. Maple St., Courthouse Basement, Buffalo MO map...

Description:

The Private Pesticide Applicator Training (PPAT) Program at the University of Missouri involves the initial training and recertification of Missouri’s approximately 24,000 private pesticide applicators. The need for training in the application of pesticides is of high importance due to both the legal requirements and a real need for technical knowledge. Society’s demands for a cleaner environment encourage private applicators (farmers) to increase their knowledge and put new practices into use. The MU private pesticide applicator program reaches into essentially each of Missouri's 114 counties to train farmers on the safe and proper use of agricultural pesticides on their farmlands, including restricted-use pesticides (RUPs). To meet the legal requirement mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Missouri Department of Agriculture’s Bureau for Pesticide Control for obtaining certification, an aspiring private applicator must fulfill one to the following: 1) attend a training program conducted by a local regional extension specialist, or 2) complete a self-study tutorial course through the use of an interactive CD-ROM or video/workbook in their local University of Missouri Extension Center. To keep the certification valid, the private applicator is required to renew once every five years by repeating the same process. Currently there are approximately 30 regional extension specialists who conduct educational programs for certifying and recertifying private applicators. Once per year, new regional specialists are funded through program funds to come to Columbia for orientation of the PPAT program.

Session topic:

Pesticide Training in Dallas County

Registration:

Call Hickory County Extension for registration information at 417-745-6767.

Class size:

25

Event full:

No

Cost:

$15.00
If you have a current Private Pesticide Applicator Reference Manual (2007) bring it with you. The cost is only $5.00 for handouts and refreshments. Registration due one week prior to class date and would be appreciated.

Facilitator:

William Halleran, halleranw@missouri.edu
MU Extension in Hickory County
phone: 417-745-6767