Lisa Treiber

Lisa Treiber

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Food Safety
Midland County Extension Office



Lisa Treiber has over 36 years experience working in the field of food safety with consumers and commercial establishments.  She has been a Family and Consumer Sciences Educator with Michigan State University Extension since 1998.  Her focus is working with consumers and retail establishments to provide the food safety training needed to ensure safe food handling in the home and restaurant. Lisa has been a member of NEAFCS (National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences) since 1999. She is a member of the Partnership for Food Safety Education Task Force.  She has a BS degree in Food and Nutrition from Central Michigan University.  Lisa has been teaching and proctoring ServSafe for the past 16 years. She serves as a delegate with the EDEN (Extension Disaster Education Network) team specializing in food safety.

Lisa offers food safety educational programs in the Great Lakes Bay Region including:  

  • 8-Hour ServSafe Manager Course
  • 4-Hour ServSafe for Hourly Workers
  • Cooking for Crowds
  • Food Preservation (Adult and Youth programs)
  • Safe Food = Healthy Kids
  • Food Safety in Food Pantries
  • Cottage Food Law
  • Disaster Preparedness series


Dressing and stuffing: What’s the difference?

Published on November 19, 2021

September is food safety month

Published on September 15, 2021

Playing it safe with eggs

Published on April 2, 2021

Home canning equipment shortages

Published on October 14, 2020

Keeping your kitchen safe

Published on May 6, 2020

Clean, sanitize and disinfect

Published on April 2, 2020

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