Reports to Partners Article Archive

Aging Gracefully in South Dakota

The vast majority of South Dakotans identify remaining in the home or community as a high priority during retirement and older age. This goal will be difficult to attain without deliberate anticipation of future needs and efforts to mitigate barriers to independence. We have more choices today than ever before as we move through life. AGE in South Dakota 2016 evaluation results suggest consumer knowledge about these options is low.

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Food & Families Impact Reports

SDSU Extension Food & Families program impacts strengthen, and contribute significantly to the overall effectiveness of the national work done by Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) Extension. The program impacts described on this page provide a thorough picture of learning community and programmatic efforts provided by SDSU Extension Food & Families staff across South Dakota, further summarizing our accomplishments and their impact on our state, communities, families, and citizens.

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Food Safety

South Dakotans, constituents, and partners recognize SDSU Extension as a leading resource for food safety practices to maintain a safe and secure food system for SD and beyond our borders. Food producers, processors, retailers, and consumers of all ethnic groups involved in preparing and preserving food will adopt safe food handling practices that reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses.

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