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Washington State University Extension

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program- Education

Program Contact: Danielle Carson
360-406-1581 •

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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – plus the Educational Branch (SNAP-Ed) provide eligible groups assistance in developing and implementing strategies, programs, and policies to improve nutrition and increase physical activity. It can also provide practical, hands-on nutrition education to individuals receiving or eligible to receive Washington Basic Food (food stamps) and schools where 50% or more of students receive free or reduced lunches. This nutrition education program reaches youth and adults in Clallam County with information to help participants practice healthy eating habits and choose physically active lifestyles consistent with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and Food Guidance System (

If you are an individual or organization interested in participating in or hosting a free nutrition class, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page. 

WSU Clallam County Extension partners with regional farmers markets to expand awareness of critical food access programs such as SNAP Market Match, which increases SNAP shoppers’ buying power for fresh fruits, vegetables and mushrooms.

Is your organization interested in promotional materials, marketing assistance or more information on SNAP Match programs? Reach out to

Learn more about SNAP Market Match (Farmers Markets) Learn more about SNAP Produce Match (Grocery Stores)

Nutrition Education interest form

Please fill out this form if you are interested in free nutrition education from WSU Clallam County Extension's Community Health educators. Allow up to 10 business days for a response.
Please choose the selection that best defines you.

Do you receive SNAP and/or Medicaid (Apple Health)?
If you are filling out this form on behalf of your organization, please specify whether at least 50% of the individuals you serve are eligible for SNAP.
How old are you?
How many people live in your household?

Learn more about our Community-Wide SNAP-Ed Programming

Community Health and Food Access Clallam Farm to School Farm to Food Bank Gleaning and Food Waste Prevention Current Food Processing Projects

SNAP-Ed Locations:

We currently serve children and adults at Port Angeles Schools, First Step Family Support Center, local farmers markets and area food banks.

Our community partners:

Port Angeles School District

Crescent School

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Port Angeles Food Bank

Sequim Food Bank

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal Food Bank

Jefferson County Food Bank Association

Olympic Community Action Programs

Washington Food Coalition

Port Angeles Farmers Market

Sequim Farmers Market

Jefferson County Farmers Markets

Jefferson Healthcare

North Olympic Healthcare Network (NOHN)

Sequim Free Clinic


Airport Gardens Center

For More Information Contact:

Danielle Carson
Community Health and Food Access Program Lead

Benji Astrachan
SNAP-Ed Food Access Coordinator