Northern Shenandoah Valley Family and Consumer Sciences

Senior Extension Agent Karen Poff
Senior Extension Agent Karen Poff

Learn How To:

  • Strengthen your personal or family finances
  • Protect yourself from scams
  • Improve your indoor air quality
  • Save money by saving energy
  • Participate in post-bankruptcy financial education
  • Bring financial education to your organization, business, or school
  • Become a Master Financial Education Volunteer

Northern Shenandoah Valley Financial Education Program

Karen Poff
Senior Extension Agent
kpoff@vt.edu
540-635-4549

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RebeccaDavis
Extension Agent Rebecca Davis

Learn How To:

  • Decrease risk of chronic disease through good nutrition
  • Get involved with adult nutrition/exercise programs
  • Bring nutrition programs to your agency or school
  • Get your ServSafe Certificate
  • Preserve foods safely using USDA-recommended practices
  • Other cooking, nutrition, physical activity related education opportunities available

FCS Programs Available in Nutrition, Cooking, Physical Activity, Food Safety, and Food Preservation

Rebecca Davis
Extension Agent
rdavis58@exchange.vt.edu
540-665-5699

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4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills. The Shenandoah County 4-H Program offers youth ages 5-19 opportunities to participate in clubs, educational contests, camps, horse and livestock shows, and much more!

To find out more about the Shenandoah County 4-H Program, contact Carol B. Nansel, Extension Agent, 4-H  cnansel@vt.edu.

Shenandoah 4-H Information

Engaging with Communities

Virginia Cooperative Extension specialists in community viability work with Extension agents, campus-based faculty, organizational partners, communities, and individuals to further opportunity and build capacity in five program areas:   

Examples of our work include training county elected officials, educating entrepreneurs, facilitating collaborative projects, supporting the growth of community food systems and local economies, enhancing agent skills and community capacity in facilitation and leadership, conducting problem-driven research, and creating publications and tools that address critical community needs.

Do you have a question about Community Viability?

Perhaps one of the Community Viability specialists below can help you. Contact a Community Viability specialist or direct a question to them using our Ask an Expertsystem. 

Community Viability Specialists