Content tagged "community nutrition education publications"

Article Published in Journal of Society of Nutrition Education & Behavior (JNEB)

Community Nutrition Education Updated: December 09, 2016

 Three members of the Community Nutrition Education Community of Practice recently had an article published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and...

SNAP-Ed Toolkit Strategies & Interventions

Community Nutrition Education Updated: November 03, 2016

The 2016 SNAP-Ed toolkit is now available! It includes interventions and resources for evidence-based policy, systems, and environmental changes that support...

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)...

UC Cal Fresh has Article Published in JNEB

Community Nutrition Education Updated: January 27, 2016

 The UC CalFresh Nutrition Education had a research article published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, “Food Resource Management Education...

Developing Infographics to Promote Your SNAP-Ed Program

Community Nutrition Education Updated: October 20, 2015

The SNAP-Ed Program Development Team (PDT) has compiled an infographic template to help promote your SNAP-Ed program to stakeholders and help report results....

Food Inventories Document Behavior Change in Hispanic Women

Community Nutrition Education Updated: August 29, 2015

Susan Algert,  the Nutrition Family and Consumer Science Advisor for Santa Clara, San Mateo and San Francisco Counties (recently retired), published this...

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...

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