Free family-focused webinars offered by University of Minnesota Extension

Topics include earth care, finding balance and health and wellness.

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ST. PAUL — University of Minnesota Extension Center for Family Development educators and partners are facilitating webinars, providing information and resources for families and those who serve families to make informed decisions leading to greater health, resilience and well-being.

All webinars are virtual and free. Follow links for each series to learn more about dates, times and registration.

Family friendly earth care: Learn how to take actions for global health and wellness including ways to eat healthier for the planet and hands-on activities for all ages that promote wellness through being in nature. Series runs Jan. 27 through April 21 at

Finding balance: While life is never certain, the last couple years have stressed families and communities. Learn how to find balance and flourish — even during life transitions. For both consumers and professionals. Series runs Feb. 22 through April 20 at

Recovery and health: Learn how mental well-being, nervous system support, nutrition and physical activity can support those in recovery. Hear from people in recovery about how they approach their health holistically and colleagues from the College of Pharmacy will discuss harm reduction and how to save lives from overdoses. Series runs Feb. 16 through April 12 at

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