Margaret Viebrock, Washington State University Extension

Food Safety, Women in Agriculture July 18, 2014 Print Friendly and PDF

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Margaret Viebrock is a faculty member of Washington State University.  She is an Extension County Director and works in Douglas, Chelan and Okanogan Counties.  She develops educational programming for food safety, nutrition education and farm family issues. She is the leader for a 3-state Women in Agriculture educational program and a co-state leader for the WSU Extension Food Safety & Preservation project.  Margaret has worked for WSU for many years and has received numerous national awards and grants for her work with farm families, women involved in agriculture, Spanish-speaking families, helping people develop specialty food products, walking programs and economic development.

Margaret is a Certified Family & Consumer Scientist and serves on the national board for the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences.  She is also a Certified and Registered ServSafe Instructor and Proctor for the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.

Margaret is a member of the Women in Ag Learning Network, as well as the Community Nutrition Education, Families, Food and Fitness, Food Safety and Healthy Food Choices in Schools and Communities

CONTACT INFORMATION

Margaret A. Viebrock                   
 WSU Extension - Box 550
 Waterville, WA, 98858
 509-745-8531                                          
 viebrock@wsu.edu
 www.womeninag.wsu.edu
 www.ncw.wsu.edu

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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.