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In this issue of the Extension Connections Newsletter get advice on brain health - good to heed as June is Alzheimer's and Brain Health Awareness month. Get tips on saving money at the grocery store from our Eat.Move.Save resources. It's Farmer's Market season - we've got the dates and locations of local ones near you. Get updates on our upcoming webinars including: Water Bath Canning-June 7, Natives vs Cultivars-June 21, and Elements of Healthy Aging-June 28. Get details on Farm in the Park and the Mercer County 4-H BBQ events happening on June 10 in Aledo, IL; and see the Henry County 4-H Fair Show Schedule.
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Tune in to hear the best practices for keeping water clean and local watersheds healthy, as outlined in the Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy.
All past recordings of the Nutrient Loss Reduction Podcast can be accessed here
Read our November Extension Connections Newsletter