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Cooperative Extension Service Directors/Administrators through the National Land-Grant University SNAP-Ed Assessment
Report documenting the scope and impacts of SNAP-Ed conducted by LGUs (Land-Grant Universities). This document reports the results of a detailed survey administered to the LGUs engaged in SNAP-Ed. The Community Nutrition Education Logic Model was used as the foundation for collecting data for this report. The goal of the FY2019 report is to provide a national “snapshot” of SNAP-Ed programs implemented through the LGU system.