Online Event Series
Environment and Natural Resources
The Earth Day Every Day webinar series focuses on steps everyone can take to protect the environment. We can all do our part to take actions that make our homes more sustainable, from environmentally friendly lawn care, to composting, to reducing plastic waste. These actions, more than ever, start at home.
Food, Nutrition, and Health
Join Somerset County Family & Community Health Sciences for weekly Facebook Livestreams on Tasty Tuesdays at 12 p.m. and Family Fridays at 11 a.m.! Our Facebook Livestreams are a quick (10- to 15-minute) look into how easy it is to make incredible snacks and dishes at home either by yourself, or with your family. Recordings available on Facebook or Somerset County Family & Community Health Sciences YouTube channel.
Wellness Wednesday webinars with Family & Community Health Sciences focuses on a variety of topics related to food, nutrition, and healthy lifestyles. This series walks you through the easy steps that you can take to add positive health behaviors into your day. From reducing the amount of food waste you produce in your home to understanding how to read the new nutrition facts label, now is the time to make some of those small changes that will improve your health in a large way.
Home, Lawn, and Garden
With the goal of helping all gardeners learn new skills in a fun, friendly, interactive setting while remaining safely in their homes, we asked several instructors from our annual Home Gardeners School event to present their workshops in an online format. Each workshop is one hour long and provides practical content from gardening experts who want to help you make this your best gardening year yet!
The Homesteading Academy is a once monthly lunchtime webinar series for anyone curious about home-grown sustenance and self-sufficiency.
Advice for All Gardeners: Beginners to Advanced–Helping families and communities grow their own food. Agricultural Agent and Professor Bill Hlubik. Bill has 30 years of experience in the production, research, and marketing of specialty crops. Professor Hlubik teaches Sustainable Agriculture and Starting a Small Farm Classes for the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences.
STEP Clubs are short-term exploratory programs focused on a topic (STEM, Healthy Living, etc.). STEP clubs meet multiple times over the course of several weeks. Club registration is limited and will be on a first come first serve basis.