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Extension is expanding its online education and resources while in-person events and classes are canceled.

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PQA+ provides improved animal well-being standards and relevant food safety standards to ensure producers can measure, track and continuously improve pig well being. 
How are your community's businesses managing the COVID-19 pandemic? Extension is hosting a series of webinars featuring positive community leadership for business retention.
Serve It Up Safely™ online course is a convenient, effective way to meet the State of Minnesota's four-hour requirement for renewing food manager certification. Our course can also be used for employee food safety training.
TQA helps swine transporters, producers, and handlers understand how to handle, move and transport pigs and the potential impacts those actions have on pig well-being and pork quality.
Watch webinars on the economics of the tourism industry during COVID-19.
University of Minnesota Extension and North Dakota State University Extension have partnered to offer the youth development brown bag webinar series since 2010. The purpose is to provide research-based information on hot topics, trends and program ideas for youth workers over the lunch hour.
This online course is based on the Rings of Engagement, which shows the range of youth engagement and youth-adult partnerships.
This free, self-guided course gives you an opportunity to learn more about youth development. Each lesson is designed to give you the opportunity to think and reflect on the work you do with youth. These come from a solid grounding in research and many years of daily work with youth by youth workers across the country.
Exploring the research behind positive youth development can be critical to how we understand and work with young people. In this class you will create resources and learn skills to help you work with young people.

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