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    "Farming presents a steep learning curve, but, with the help of our friends at Extension, we know we have the support available to make the journey a bit easier."

    - Teri Wyly
    co-owner of La Terre Farms

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    "I’ve made a lot of friends in the 4-H kayak club. And it’s fun to be outdoors and not indoors playing games."

    - Rainey Dunsford
    Jackson County 4-H’er

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    "Extension’s Dining with Diabetes workshops taught me that you can have healthier foods and you can pass that on to your grandchildren."

    - Shelby Curry
    member of Sunshine Seekers
    MHV Club

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    "Since I started Extension’s Dining with Diabetes program, I sleep better and I have more energy at the gym. And I can work out longer!"

    - William Walton
    director of Tunica Parks
    and Recreation

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    "I know how to grow things, but there was a lot I didn’t know. In Extension Master Gardeners, I learned more about the science—plants, soil pH, grafting, propagating, and planting seeds."

    - Susie Harmon
    Master Gardener volunteer,
    Lee County

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