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Program Contact: Kylie Pybus, EFNEP Extension Coordinator
(509) 477-2190 •


Program Objectives

Participation in EFNEP results in:

  • Improved diets and nutritional wellbeing for families.
  • Increased knowledge of nutrition.
  • Improved physical activity behaviors.
  • Improved practices in food preparation, storage, and safety.
  • Increased ability to manage food budgets and related resources such as food stamps.


EFNEP provides adult and parent education using Eating Smart.Being Active.  

This curriculum was developed by Susan Baker, Professor, Extension Specialist at Colorado State University and Barbara Sutherland, former EFNEP director at University of California, Davis.

EFNEP Statement

Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) is designed to assist families with limited resources in acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and changed-behaviors necessary for nutritionally sound diets, and their families well-being.

EFNEP offers nine fun and free online and in-person classes. Learn about healthy eating, saving money at the grocery store, keeping food safe, and being physically active.

Who can attend?

If you are pregnant or have children at home and are eligible for programs such as School Lunch, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Basic Food), WIC, or Head Start/ECEAP, you are eligible for EFNEP.

Please contact us at 509-477-2190 for dates and times if you are interested in attending.

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Brandi Henry, EFNEP Educator

Patty Freeland, EFNEP Educator

Anita Williams, EFNEP Educator


The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) is a hands-on nutrition education class series. We offer adult and youth classes. Some of our partners include: