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  • Food Waste Reduction Success in Shasta County, California Schools

    Nov 29, 2023


    Northern Valley Catholic Social Services (NVCSS) CalFresh Healthy Living (CFHL) program worked with 7 schools in a Shasta County school district to implement a food waste reduction, recovery, and redistribution program. College volunteers were recruited to help assess school food waste and implement a food waste reduction campaign and competition in 5 schools. The competition resulted in a large reduction of food waste throughout the 5 schools that joined the campaign. 


  • Empowering Denver College Students to Thrive

    Nov 17, 2023

    Colorado's SNAP-Ed program provides evidence-based and skill-building nutrition education to empower participants to make healthier food choices and a live a physically active lifestyle.

  • Families are Getting Active Outdoors in VT

    Jul 27, 2023

    In Rutland County Vermont, more families are getting outside, connecting with nature, being physically active, and increasing their sense of mental well-being thanks to Vermont’s SNAP-Ed, Come Alive Outside (CAO) Passport Program. 

  • LSU AgCenter Supports PSE Changes in Louisiana

    Jul 06, 2023

    The small town of Crowville, Louisiana has one corner store, one restaurant, and one dollar store – but no grocery store. Thanks to a partnership between Louisiana State University (LSU) AgCenter SNAP-Ed and a group of passionate community leaders, the local dollar store now features fresh produce, healthy snacks, and healthy shopping resources from the LSU AgCenter’s Geaux Shop Healthy program. 

  • Food to Grow: Growing a Healthy Future in Hawaii

    Apr 18, 2023

    More and more people in Hawaii are growing food at home! The University of Hawaii (UH) SNAP-Ed’s Food to Grow (FTG) program is helping. We partner with community agencies to distribute vegetable seedlings, growing instructions, and other resources to community members.