Mar 31, 2020
In our second episode of this special second season of The Extension Files, we’re again speaking with a pair of K-State Research and Extension food safety specialists about ways to teach children to handle and prepare food safely as well as maintain good personal hygiene. And because it’s that time of year, we talk about keeping food safe when bad weather strikes, causing power outages – especially as many of us are trying to make sure we have enough food stored up.
Just like you, we have a lot of questions about how to manage our new reality in this sudden, new era of physical distancing, self-quarantining, and trying to flatten the curve of COVID-19’s spread in Kansas.
So here on The Extension Files, we’re going to do our best to bring you as many K-State Research and Extension experts as we can and learn from their unbiased research and expertise so we can cope while we’re cooped up.
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