Healthy Homes Educational Sessions MSU Extension
Beginning Forrest and Jones at Monthly Support Groups
September 7th and 8th, respectively
Covington Monthly Support Group completing Healthy Homes October, 2017
The goal of the MSU Extension Healthy Homes Initiative is to equip Mississippians with the knowledge they need to keep their indoor environments safe and healthy.
What does the Healthy Homes Initiative offer?
Tailored to meet your residential needs, the Healthy Home Solutions is a 12-topic curriculum, developed by and for Extension educators. The topics can be presented individually or as a series, and they are adaptable to fit a range of timeframes. Topic titles are:
- Healthy Homes Overview
- Indoor Air Quality Overview
- Asthma & Allergies
- Mold & Moisture Control
- Carbon Monoxide & Other Combustion Gases
- Drinking Water
- Home Safety
- Hazardous Household Products
- Integrated Pest Management
- Home Energy
Doubling Food Stamps through October 27th
Downtown Market Hattiesburg, Thursdays, 3PM-6PM
Laurel Market, 516 S 13th Ave., Wednesdays, 10AM-NOON
Food stamp (EBT) recipients can double their food stamps for purchases of fresh fruits and vegetables at the farmer’s market in downtown Hattiesburg every Thursday beginning at 3PM through October 27th. The farmers market located at 516 S 13th Ave in Laurel (outside the Townley Center) will also be offering the Fresh$savings program Wednesday at 10AM-NOON.