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Whether you’re looking for exercise videos or the latest information on canning classes in your town, Michigan State University Extension has a variety of social media content and channels to deliver all the information you want, where and when you want it.
MI Health Matters
Nutrition, physical activity, social-emotional health, food safety, chronic disease prevention and management — our individual health is made up of so many factors.
MI Health Matters is your one-stop-shop for daily content in all of these areas and more. Follow us today to stay up to date on all of MSU Extension’s health and nutrition articles, videos, recipes, classes and events!
Think Food Safety
A collaborative grant-funded effort between MSU Extension and Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Think Food Safety aims to help consumers learn about food safety and Michigan’s Cottage Food Law.
Whether you’re interested in launching your home kitchen-based food business or just trying to ensure the foods you’re buying at your local market are safe, follow TFS for the latest food safety and food preservation news and to learn how to "eat with your noggin."
Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)
MSU Extension delivers nutrition and physical activity education via EFNEP, a federally funded program designed to help children and families acquire the knowledge and skills to improve their health and diets.
Follow MSU Extension—EFNEP on social media for everything from summer fruit salad recipes to tips on starting your own container garden.
Michigan Vaccine Project
Born of a partnership between MSU Extension that the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the Michigan Vaccine Project (or MVP) is committed to helping Michiganders make informed vaccine decisions for themselves and their families.
Follow MVP’s accounts for science-based immunization information and stories via engaging podcasts, TikTok videos and more!
- Spotify (The Michigan Vaccine Project Presents: An Ounce of Prevention)
Follow MSU Extension’s main social media channels to keep up to date on all our organization’s offerings — not just health and nutrition news, but also information about child development, agriculture and agribusiness, community food systems and tourism, and so much more.