What is SNAP-Ed?

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed) can partner with your agency to provide hands-on nutrition education with a research-based curriculum through a series of lessons.  SNAP-Ed is free for those who are eligible.

Who is eligible for SNAP-Ed?

Individuals who are eligible for programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), WIC, or Head Start are eligible for SNAP-Ed.

Participants learn about:

  • Planning and preparing meals according to MyPlate
  • Healthy eating and cooking for less
  • Saving money at the grocery store
  • Keeping food safe
  • Ways to be more physically active

SNAP-Ed participants will engage in interactive lessons and receive:

  • Calender with recipes
  • Grocery shopping list
  • Measuring cups and spoons
  • Food Thermometer
  • Produce brush
  • Cookbook
  • Graduation Certificate

What does SNAP-Ed provide?

SNAP-Ed participants learn about healthy eating and being active.  Each lesson lasts 60-90 minutes.  Lessons are taught in a group.

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Would you like to bring SNAP-Ed to your group or organization or attend an upcoming community class?  Contact Jeanette Allday at [email protected] to find out how!