Family and Consumer Sciences offer several nutrition education workshops for youth and adults in groups, communities, and worksites. Stand-alone workshops range from 1-2 hours in length and can be grouped together to create a lunch and learn series for your community group or worksite. These low cost workshops can be custom designed with topics most relevant to your worksite and/or community groups and include Intergeneration Cooking Classes, Shopping on a Shoestring Budget, Kids in the Kitchen, Healthy Eating from Your Pantry, Food Safety, and Wellness in the Workplace, among many others.
Since 1969, the Expanded Food Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) has influenced the nutritional and physical activity behaviors of low income families with children through evidence based nutrition education. Utilizing an holistic approach, EFNEP educators deliver hands on, interactive lessons that focus on four core areas; diet quality and physical activity, food resource management, food safety, and food security.
As a result of EFNEP education, graduates of the program
Last updated June 28, 2017