In a world of changes spawned by COVID-19, the Clemson Extension Food Systems and Safety (FSS) team is one constant South Carolina residents can depend on.
Members of the Clemson Extension FSS team are located across the state to provide expertise in food systems, as well as improve the safety of foods produced in South Carolina and reduce the number of foodborne illness outbreaks. To continue offering programs residents want and need, the team is conducting a statewide survey. Faith Isreal, Clemson Extension FSS agent for Fairfield, Kershaw, and Richland counties; encourages all South Carolina residents to complete the 5-minute survey.
“As we continue to navigate these ever-changing times, we believe it is important to get feedback from the communities we serve so that we can provide enhanced programming and resources to help fill gaps residents may be experiencing,” Isreal said.
Examples of available programs include Food Literacy, General Health and Nutrition, Food Preparation and Cooking, and Food Preservation. The survey can be found at http://bit.do/ClemsonFSS.
When completing the survey, Isreal said it is important to remember all FSS programming opportunities for the “foreseeable future” will be virtually offered.
Anyone who has specific questions or anything they would like to share about Clemson FSS Programs can contact their local Clemson Food Systems and Safety agent.
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