Extension Master Food Volunteers
What is an Extension Master Food Volunteer?
Extension Master Food Volunteer (EMFV) is a volunteer program sponsored by K-State Research and Extension that serve and give back to the communities in which they reside. They are trained by registered dietitians, food scientists, culinary experts, and other professionals become equipped to educate the community using research-based information about food and nutrition, food safety, and healthy living.
What is our mission?
Johnson County K-State Research and Extension Master Food Volunteers have a passion to improve the health, food safety awareness and quality of life of Johnson County residents by providing current, research-based information to the public. The organization embodies the education objectives of the Johnson County Extension Council cooperating with Kansas State University and the United States Department of Agriculture.