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K-State Research and Extension
123 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-3401

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

The Tuesday Letter is a weekly email to approximately 2,500 faculty and staff of K-State Research and Extension and the College of Agriculture, providing recipients with timely announcements and updates.

From KSRE Administration

Engagement: Writing Our Story
If your Extension chapter has been daunting as of late, take heart. We have more pages on which to answer those questions and I believe the answers we find will shape the future of our state. I can hardly wait to read the story we write.
Shout Out: Local Meat Marketing Workshop Team Members and Their Support Staff
This week's Shout Out comes from Erica Blair, program Manager, Kansas Healthy Food Initiative; and Charlene Miller, Director and Ag Agent in Butler County; and is directed to the following Local Meat Marketing Workshop Team Members.

Local, Regional and Statewide Extension Events

Reminder KSFMNP and DUFB Nutrition Incentive Programs Webinar for KSRE Personnel
Register for a KSRE personnel webinar about the Kansas Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program and the Double Up Food Bucks Nutrition Incentive Program. Learn how you can help with these programs in your communities.

Volunteer Opportunities

K-State Community Invited to Take a Brief Survey About Call Hall Dairy Bar
Members of the Kansas State University community are invited to take a brief survey regarding the Call Hall Dairy Bar. University researchers are interested in exploring consumer perceptions and demand for dairy products.

Health and Wellness

The Community Health Corner
Healthy community graphic
The Community Health Corner provides tools you can use to support Extension's Grand Challenge for Health.

Extension Professional Trainings

Livestock PFT Professional Development Meeting April 26-27
The Livestock PFT invites all interested agents to the Winfield area on April 26 and 27 for the spring professional development meeting. Topics include Beef Basis, weeds and annual forages and tours to Creekstone and a cotton gin. RSVP by April 14.

Publications Update

Extension Updates
Three additional updated crop insect pest management guides are featured in our update this week. Also, find a recently translated version of a valuable guide to gardening on lead-contaminated soils.

Thank Yous

Thank You
Thank you for my retirement party!!!

Calendar of Events