EFNEP can help you shop smarter and feel better!

EFNEP can help you shop smarter and feel better!

You can learn to make healthy eating choices for your family.

EFNEP targets low-income families with young children, and youth with limited incomes.
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EFNEP targets low-income families with young children, and youth with limited incomes.

EFNEP

What is the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program?

Families with children and day care providers who are income eligible may participate in free home-based nutrition education lessons intended to help parents, children, and caregivers develop healthy eating and fitness choices for life.

Through the EFNEP program you will learn: Managing a food budget, feeding picky eaters, cooking quick and healthy meals, after school snack ideas, and keeping food safe. Cornell Cooperative Extension Schoharie and Otsego Counties Nutrition Educators are available to give lessons in a group setting or on an individual basis. They will provide you with up-to-date nutrition information and cooking tips, help you make healthy choices to maintain a healthy weight, help you understand the importance of physical activity in a healthy lifestyle, and provide a supportive learning environment.

Click HERE  for the EFNEP Enrollment Form to see lesson topics and learn more about how to enroll in free home-based lessons that will help you eat better, do better, feel better.

Agencies referring clients to the program can use this Referral Form.

Join us

For a series of six to 8 interactive, supportive classes. Learn with others in a group or meet one on one with our staff. Call us to schedule classes at (518) 234-4303 or 296-8310!

Contact

Michelle Leveski
Nutrition Educator II
mml39@cornell.edu
(518) 234-4303

Last updated July 17, 2017