SNAP-Ed

The Kentucky Supplemental Nutrition Education Program targets limited resource families and individuals with nutrition education. The goal is to educate limited resource families with young children to plan nutritious meals on a limited budget, acquire safe food handling practices, improve food preparation skills and change behavior necessary to have a healthy lifestyle.

The Supplmental Nutrition Education Program (SNAP-Ed) is federally funded and conducted by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. SNAP-Ed provides nutrition education, cooking tips, recipes, and money-saving ideas to limited resource families. The Nutrition Education Program consists of the following lessons:

 

  • Food Preparation

  • Meal Planning

  • Steps to a Healthier You

  • Plan for Food Spending

  • Label Power

  • Breakfast Makes a Difference

  • Food Safety

Click on the links below for more information from our SNAP-Ed Program.
Upcoming Events
USDA SNAP-Ed Connection
Eat Right When Money's Tight
My Plate
UK Nutrition Education
Healthy Recipes
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If you still have questions about the SNAP-Ed program, contact Kristi Shive or Nan Montgomery,

the Warren County SNAP-Ed Assistant at kristi.shive@uky.edu or nan.montgomery@uky.edu.

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