Family & Community Health

Ellis County

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service offers a diverse array of educational programs, activities, and resources. These range from self-study activities to programs that you can attend. No matter the name, Extension programs are based on objective, research-based, practical information that you can use today.  We invite you to explore the Ellis County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service website to find informative articles, resources, volunteer programs, youth development opportunities, healthy lifestyle suggestions and more.


 

FREE Virtual Class: Eating Well for Healthy Living

Join us to learn ways to meal plan, save money at the grocery store, and best practices for storing your food to make it last longer. These online sessions can be completed at your convenience and are currently available online.

Register now at AgriLifeLearn.tamu.edu

1) Visit AgriLifeLearn.tamu.edu
2) Click on the Sign In button in the upper right-hand corner
3) If you’ve previously enrolled in a course on AgriLife Learn – log in using your credentials. Otherwise, click Register under Are you A New Learner?
5) After you are logged in, click the Family and Health category
6) Select More Info under Eating Well for Healthy Living
7) Click Enroll Now
8) Click Proceed, and proceed through checkout (you will not be asked for any payment information unless you add a course with a fee).
9) Once you have completed checkout, a link will be provided for course access. The course will also be listed under My Account in the My Courses section for access at a later time.

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Educational programs of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status.

You Are Not Alone In Your Journey To Healthy Living

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Family and Community Health (FCH) unit helps Texans better their lives through science-based educational programs designed to improve the overall health and wellness of individuals, families, and communities. Programs are developed by subject matter experts and delivered throughout the state by a network of local educators and volunteers. FCH focuses on topics such as child and adult health, nutrition, child care, financial management, passenger and community safety, and building strong families. The goal of the FCH unit is to encourage lifelong health and well-being for every person, every family, and every community.

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AgriLife TODAY is a great resource for current and up-to-date information on topics impacting Texans.

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