Content tagged "community nutrition education"

FY16 SNAP-Ed and EFNEP State Impact Reports

Community Nutrition Education Updated: March 29, 2017

 The following states have provided their FY16 impact reports on the SNAP-Ed and EFNEP work conducted during the 2016 fiscal year.  Click on the name of each...

Community Nutrition Education In This Resource

Community Nutrition Education Updated: March 13, 2017

MyPlate Resources

Community Nutrition Education Updated: July 11, 2016

 Are you looking for a MyPlate resource in another language?  The Maine SNAP-Ed program has created MyPlate resources for use in other languages.  Below you...

2016 SNAP-Ed Program Development Team Meeting

Community Nutrition Education Updated: May 27, 2016

2016 Program Development Team Members.  Not all team members were present for the photo.The Land-Grant University SNAP-Ed Program Development Team (PDT)...

FY16 -- SNAP-Ed Guidance

Community Nutrition Education Updated: August 18, 2015

 Released March 31, 2015.  The FY16 SNAP-Ed guidance has been released from the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS).  This document provides instructions for...

SNAP-Ed Program Development Team Annual Meeting

Community Nutrition Education Updated: June 03, 2015

 The SNAP-Ed PDT held their annual face to face meeting in Washington, DC recently. Their time together was spent discussing ways to recognize, support, and...

Best Practices in Nutrition Education

Community Nutrition Education Updated: September 19, 2014

 Colorado State University has released a Best Practices in Nutrition Education document.  This document seeks to promote consistency and efficacy in program...

Kathleen Morgan, Rutgers University

Child and Family Learning Network Updated: July 18, 2014

 Kathleen Morgan has been with Rutgers Cooperative Extension since 1993; she is an associate professor and serves as chair of the Department of Family and...

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