Family and Consumer Sciences works to address important issues facing Tennesseans as they cope with social, economic and technological changes. Many of these changes threaten the health, safety and well-being of individuals, families and communities.
Educational programs focus on strengthening individuals, families and communities by addressing critical issues and needs through programs on health and well-being, food and nutrition, finances, and human development.
Walk Across MarshallExpand content up
Walk or run a mileage equivalent of the width, length or perimeter of Marshall County
June 1st – June 30th
Walk Across TennesseeExpand content up
Six-week team walking program to log miles walking, jogging, biking, dancing, or other types of physical activity.
Cooking and NutritionExpand content up
Teaching individuals and families how to create healthy meals and snacks
Food Preservation ResourcesExpand content up
Proper methods and techniques for canning, freezing and drying foods.
Take Charge of Your DiabetesExpand content up
An interactive six week program designed to provide tools and strategies to self-manage Type 2 Diabetes.
Living Well With Chronic ConditionsExpand content up
An interactive six week program designed to provide tools and strategies to self-manage any long term health condition.
Healthy HomesExpand content up
Helping individuals and families prepare for emergencies, make their homes healthy, and lead safer lives.
On My OwnExpand content up
Youth Financial Education Simulation
Family and Community Education (fce)Expand content up
Clubs meet monthly throughout Marshall County
Matter of BalanceExpand content up
An interactive 8 week program designed to help manage concerns about falls.
Family and Consumer Sciences/4-H Youth Development
Phone: (931) 359-1929