World Languages & Culture

Environment, Agriculture, and Health

9:00am - 12:00pm EDT October 10

Location: Tyler Van Dusen Commons

An informational event sponsored by the Mid Michigan Migrant Resource Council (MMMRC) and Alma College. Open to the public. Topics Include: Agriculture in Michigan; Pesticides, Health and the Environment; Infectious Diseases in Michigan; Water Quality and Environment; Services offered by Great Lakes Bay Health Centers; Mobile Medical Clinic Open House 

Thursday, October 10, 2019

9:00 am—12:00 pm

Alma College—Tyler Van-Dusen Campus Center

Free and open to the public

 

9:00          Registration and MMMRC Meeting

 

9:30          Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Overview

 

9:40          What do you know questions; Dr. Stephany Slaughter, Alma College

 

9:45          Agriculture in Michigan 101; Aileen Waldron, USDA

 

10:00        Pesticides, Health and the Environment; Eric McCumber, MDA

 

10:15        Water Quality/Environment; Dr. Amanda Harwood and Prof Murray Borello, Alma College

 

10:30        Privileges for Sale Activity; Dr. Stephany Slaughter and Dr. Dale Sanders, Alma College

 

10:45        Infectious Diseases in Michigan; Cheryl Thelen, MMDHD

 

11:00        Great Lakes Bay Health Centers; Jesse Costilla, Great Lakes Bay Health

 

11:30        Mobile Clinic Open HouseJesse Costilla

 

Camp visits with the mobile health units :

·       2PM-3:30PM @ De Saegher Dairy – 8068 West Buchanan Road, Middleton, MI 48856

  • 4PM-6PM @ Milk Star Dairy – 2521 South Wisner Road, Ithaca MI 48847
  • 6:30PM-8PM @ EB Ridge Dairy – 4100 E Ridge Road, Elsie, Michigan 48831

 

 

Flu shots will be provided at all three locations for those interested.  We anticipate up to 15 children at the combined sites to be in attendance.

 

Students and college staff are most definitely invited to attend the camp visits.  There will be a sign in sheet for those that attend.  All attending will have to provide their own transportation.  Students can assist in handing out supplies brought by organizations to workers.  If they were willing, they would also be welcome to interact with the children (games, etc).

Free and open to the public