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Aug 22

Extension Master Food Volunteer Training 2024

If you enjoy food and are interested in giving back to your community, the Extension Master Food Volunteer (EMFV) Program is for you! The training is for new volunteers interested in becoming an EMFV. After completing the training, volunteers will have an understanding of food safety, nutrition, and cooking techniques. Each class will be hosted at the Dreher Family 4-H Building on the fairgrounds and filled with hands-on demonstrations.

August 22- 9 am- 11 am
September 5- 9 am- 11 am
September 18- 9 am- 11 am
October 1- 9 am- 11 am
October 15- 9 am- 11 am
November 7- 9 am- 11 am

K-State Research and Extension Douglas County
2110 Harper Street, Lawrence, KS 66046
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Aug 22, 2024 01:30pm - Nov 07, 2024 02:30pm

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$75.00

Updated 4-26-24

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Volunteers will receive approximately 40 hours of training in food science, food preparation, food preservation, and food safety. Each day of training will be filled with demonstrations and hands-on learning. Once completed, volunteers will have the opportunity to share their skills and knowledge with their community.


Becoming a master at anything takes time! Below are the dates for this year's Extension Master Food Volunteer training and events!


  • August 22- 9 am- 11 am
  • September 5- 9 am- 11 am
  • September 18- 9 am- 11 am
  • October 1- 9 am- 11 am
  • October 15- 9 am- 11 am
  • November 7- 9 am- 11 am


The value of the training is $200. The cost of the Master Food Volunteer training is subsidized with funding from previously raised funds from the Douglas County Master Food Volunteer organization. A discount code is available for an additional 50% off of the $75 fee. To obtain the discount code email or call Kaitlyn Peine, Community Health and Wellness Agent, at [email protected], 785-843-7058 ext. 112.

K-State Research and Extension is committed to providing equal opportunity for participation in all programs, services and activities. Program information may be available in languages other than English. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities, including alternative means for communication (e.g., Braille, large print, audio tape, and American Sign Language) may be requested by contacting the event contact Kaitlyn Peine four weeks prior to the start of the event August 9, 2024 at 785-843-7058 (ext. 112) | [email protected]. Requests received after this date will be honored when it is feasible to do so. Language access services, such as interpretation or translation of vital information will be provided free of charge to limited English proficient individuals upon request. Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service K-State Research and Extension is an equal opportunity provider and employer