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Re: Learn how Livestock systems can reduce Greenhouse Gases, Webinar November 18, 10-noon

Aaron Weibe ·
Automated message: Thanks for sharing this event! If you can, please remember to update this listing after your event with a link to the recording. You can do that by coming back to your event here in Connect Extension, clicking "Manage Event" and then "Edit Event." From there, I suggest adding the words "Recording Available Here" to the top of your event and linking out to the recording. Example: Recording Available Here Thanks for helping us make this an awesome archive of resources for...
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The 2 things everyone wants

Karl Bradley ·
Travel teaches us a ton. It's not about comparison. It's about perspective. "Comparison is the thief of joy." -Teddy Roosevelt In this article, psychologist Dr. Amy Silver helps us... " Say no to comparisonitis! " My wife and I traveled before and throughout our military careers. We still love to travel. One thing we did was chart our locations on a world map. This was a great way to share our travels with our children and what we learned along the way. In total we had the opportunity to...
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Re: The Caregiver Conflict: Tips for Providers Working with Families

Aaron Weibe ·
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The Impact of Deployment on the Parents of Service Members

Anna Peterson ·
In summary, most research on the impact of deployment excludes parents of service members and focuses on spouses and military children. Parents of service members experience military life differently but experience similar emotions as spouses and children. Parental support and closeness has been linked to the mental health and well-being of their adult children. Practical strategies and resources for Extension Educators and service providers are provided to help support the parents of our mil
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Food Insecurity Featured in Free Webinars From OneOp

Hannah Hyde ·
Connect with OneOp as they focus efforts on providing programming to equip professionals with tools and information about the prevalence of food insecurity, and connect them with resources to help families who are at risk.
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Three Ways Service Providers Can Expand Food Security in Their Communities

Kristen Jowers ·
In 2021, 33.8 million people living in the United States were food insecure (Weeks et al, 2023). Food security is defined by the USDA as, “Access at all times to enough food for an active, healthy life for all household members” (OPA). Frequent relocations, barriers to spousal employment, and the Basic Allowance for Housing being factored into SNAP eligibility compounds the issue of food security for military families. As a result, one in four service members currently experience food...
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Research Briefs for Financial Educators: IRAs, Financial Education and Two-Paycheck Families

Kristen Jowers ·
Personal finance research informs high-quality financial education briefings, publications, and 1:1 financial counseling with clients. Included are findings and implications from three studies published in 2023.
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Understanding Financial Stress and Mental Health for Service Members

Kristen Jowers ·
Inflation continues to be a global economic challenge, impacting everything from food costs to housing affordability. Explore the difference between objective and subjective financial stress, identify questions to ask your clients, and connect with additional learning opportunities, including an on-demand webinar to learn more.

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