The mission of the MSU Extension Family Economics program is to maximize household resources through science based research, education and curriculum development. MSU Extension provides science based resource management content to children, youth and adults through programs directed specifically to their needs.
Recent Programming in Ravalli County
Credit Card: Avoid the Minimum Payment Trap!
Developing a Family Spending Plan
Marlon the Monkey Learns About Money
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Katelyn Andersen serves as the Family and Consumer Science faculty member at the MSU Extension Office in Ravalli County. She is available to teach by request for groups by contacting her at 406-375-6611 or by email.
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