The Nutrition Education Program (NEP), also known as SNAP-Ed, helps children and families understand the importance of eating fresh, healthy foods through education, cooking demonstrations, and recipe tastings. NEP helps children and families understand the importance of eating fresh, healthy foods through education, cooking demonstrations, and recipe tastings. Experiential learning is used to promote healthy lifestyle changes related to nutrition and physical activity. NEP offers children and adults the chance to try new foods that are healthy and budget-friendly.
Complete three of the five Nutrition Lessons by Wednesday, June 30, 2021, and share your name and email addresses, you will receive a prize in July! A new lesson will be added every two weeks.
Below you’ll find a list of participating locations:
- Alpha & Omega
- CAP Head Start
- Columbia’s Fresh Express
- CrossNet Ministries
- CVCCS (Conestoga Valley Christian Community Services)
- EASS (Ephrata Area Social Services)
- The Factory Ministries
- Jean Polite (Bethel AME Church)
- Lancaster County Food Hub
- Oak Bottom Village
- Peter’s Porch Akron
For any questions, please contact Jennifer Overmoyer, Nutrition Education Program Manager, at 717.509.6801 or firstname.lastname@example.org.