Provider Description: WSU Whatcom County Extension SNAP-Ed
WSU Whatcom County Extension SNAP-Ed, previously known as “Food $ense”, has provided hands-on nutrition education in Whatcom County since 2004. We are a community nutrition education program for low-income households. Serving approximately 12,000 Whatcom County residents, WSU Whatcom SNAP-Ed reaches older youth, adults, and families with limited incomes to develop skills and behaviors to eat more healthfully and be more physically active. Our focus is to support and encourage healthy food choices and increase equitable access to foods for all community members and their families.
Meet our Team!
Lee Anne Riddle, WSU SNAP-Ed Admin Manager
Noelle Beecroft, Extension Program Supervisor
Karla Anderson, Program Educator
SNAP-Ed participant website
Full of budget-friendly and tasty recipes, as well as food preservation and nutrition information and physical activity information.
List of Curricula offered
• Around the Table
• Food Smarts
Policy, Systems and Environmental Change activities
• Food bank and farmers market recipe demonstrations and tastings
• Food bank and farmers market produce bundling
• Healthy Food Pantry Assessments
• Health walking events
• Community health events
• Grocery store tours
• Community garden installation and demonstrations
Our Community Partners
• Lummi Nation Tribal Health Center
• Lummi Tribal Commodity Food Bank
• Ferndale Food Bank
• Foothills Food Bank
• Lynden Food Bank
• East Whatcom Resource Center
• New Way Ministries
• Mercy Housing
• Bellingham School District
• Bellingham Farmers Market
• Bellingham Goodwill Job and Training Center
• Whatcom County DSHS CSO
If you are interested in learning more about this programming, contact: Noelle Beecroft – email@example.com
We also support these programs found where people shop!
||Fresh Bucks – These match your SNAP/EBT purchases of fruits and vegetables with additional coupons to buy more fresh produce at participating Farmers’ Markets.
||Complete Eats – If you or your family uses SNAP/Basic Food/EBT, you can earn extra savings when you buy fresh, frozen, or canned fruits and vegetables as long as they have no added fat, sugar or salt, at any Safeway store in Washington. Check out this map!
Phone: (360) 778-5820
Email: Noelle Beecroft – firstname.lastname@example.org