Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)
Program Contact: M. Catalina Aragon, Statewide Public Health Nutrition Specialist (253) 365-0306 • email@example.com
What is EFNEP?
The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) is a nutrition education program provided by Washington State University Pierce County Extension. EFNEP delivers nutrition education to low-income parents in four core areas:
Diet quality and physical activity
Food resource management
What does EFNEP provide?
A 9 to 12 lesson, interactive, cost-free, research-based nutrition curriculum.
Adaptable material to meet each participant’s needs.
Lessons delivered in different languages including: Spanish, Cambodian (Khmer), Chinese (Mandarin), and English.
What curriculum does EFNEP use?
WSU Pierce County Extension’s EFNEP Program uses the Eating Smart Being Active curriculum.
This is a 9 lesson series lead by an EFNEP nutrition educator.
Lessons are ~90 minutes in length.
Taught one-to-one or to a group at flexible times.
Upon completion, participants will receive a graduation certificate, cookbook, reusable water bottle, magnetic grocery shopping list, produce scrub brush, measuring cups and spoons, cutting board, refrigerator thermometer, and refrigerator magnet with safe internal cooking temperatures.
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