Brief Reports

Lilly W. Jan, Shannon M. Coleman, Anirudh Naig
Pilot Development of a Critical Food Safety Message Visual Communication Tool for Farmers’ Market Vendors
Jeong Eun Lee, Dahee Kim, Eva Kahana, Boaz Kahana
Evaluating the Feasibility of a Future Care Planning Program with Older Adults
Kristin Witte, Nathan W. Conner, Bryan A. Reiling, Mark A. Balschweid, Christopher T. Stripling
Barriers to Becoming CASE Certified as Seen by Agriculture Educators
Emily Perdue, James R. Lindner, Gary E. Briers
Texas 4-H Members’ Sense of Community Engagement and Attachment
Nicole Breazeale, Heather Norman-Burgdolf, Katherine Counts, Lovoria B. Williams
Process Evaluation of the Early Implementation Stages of the National Diabetes Prevention Program through Kentucky Cooperative Extension: Perceptions of Adopters and Potential Adopters 
Steven M. Worker, Maria G. Fábregas Janeiro, Lynn Schmitt-McQuitty
Latino Volunteerism in the 4-H Youth Development Program
Kevan Lamm, Megan L. Powell, Nekeisha L. Randall
National 4-H Congress: A Retrospective Evaluation

Practice and Pedagogy

Meagan Scott Hoffman, Brooke J. Hanson, Sean E. Brotherson, Geoffrey Zehnacker
Boundaries: A Boundary Setting and Social Competence Program for Parents and Youth
Lacie Ashby, April Barczewski, Ashley Travis, Chris Anderson, Sheryl Bennett
Using 4-H Animal Science Programming to Improve One Health

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The Journal of Human Sciences and Extension is a peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal focused on disseminating knowledge and information to academicians, educators, and practitioners. Topics addressed include human development (e.g., early care and education, youth development); family studies; agricultural education; leadership development; extension; health and wellness; apparel, textiles, and merchandising; nutrition and dietetics; family resource management; and program and staff development, planning, and evaluation. The journal seeks to bridge research and practice, thus all manuscripts must give attention to practical implications of the work. The journal is sponsored by the School of Human Sciences at Mississippi State University and is published three times a year.