Each year, millions of Americans suffer—and thousands die—from foodborne illnesses. This is a preventable problem that is damaging to both individuals and the economy, but many of these illnesses can be prevented. This program provides technical and educational information to limited resource families and individuals to help them understand the importance of food safety. Additionally, it heightens awareness of the relationship between basic sanitation practices when handling food reduces waste, conserve nutrients and prevent foodborne illness.
Wharton County 4-H
- Texas Corn Producers to Host Farm Bill Education Meeting Oct 18 October 8, 2019
- Cotton, Grain Risk Management Workshop Oct 17 September 27, 2019
- Wharton County Extension Quarterly Report Jun-Aug 2019 September 24, 2019
- Ag/Timber Numbers Must Be Renewed Every Four Years September 18, 2019