Food & Nutrition Education

Program Contact: Anna Kestell, Food Preservation/Safety Education Coordinator
(509) 477-2195 • anna.kestell@wsu.edu

Building a Healthier Community
through
Food and Nutrition Education



 efnep EFNEP

The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) is a federal and state funded program designed to teach nutrition information to parenting adults and to children living in low-income neighborhoods.


49c124b81f307d1083e6f30232d636eaFood Preservation

Preserve foods by using canning, freezing, or drying techniques. An educator can answer questions about food safety and food preservation.  Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. year round.


9507589431_02a6bc5d0b_zFood Safety

Reduce your risk of getting food-borne illnesses by following the Food Safety Guidelines. Prevention of food-borne illnesses starts when you buy food; and continues when you store, prepare, cook, and serve food at home.


snapedSNAP-Ed

A nutrition education program that teaches youth and adults with limited incomes skills and behaviors to eat healthy and maximize the value of their food dollars and food assistance benefits.

Contact Us

Cora French-Robinson
EFNEP Program Manager
(509) 477-2197

Anna Kestell
Food Preservation/Safety Outreach Educator
(509) 477-2195

Lori van Anrooy
SNAP-Ed Program Manager
(509) 477-2160

Mailing Address:
222 N Havana
Spokane, WA 99202
Fax – (509) 477-2087