Skip to main content
U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government

SNAP-Ed Library

 

Welcome to the SNAP-Ed Library, the place for locating SNAP-Ed tools, success stories, and resources! Enter a search term below or use the filters to the left to find what you’re looking for.

Apply Filters

Reset all filters
Displaying 51 - 60 of 74 Results
  • Montana Harvest of the Month

    2022 This program is a collaboration between Montana Farm to School, Office of Public Instruction, Montana Team Nutrition Program, National Center for Appropriate Technology, Montana State University Extension, Gallatin Valley Farm to School, FoodCorps Montana, Montana Department of Agriculture, and Montana Organic Association.

    The Montana Harvest of the Month program showcases Montana grown foods in Montana communities.

  • St. Anselm’s Food Pantry Partnership Fills the Need for Healthy Food Access and Nutrition Security

    Apr 21, 2022 St. Anselm’s Food Pantry is now able to serve more people with extended hours and more nutritious foods. Through coordination with partners, they installed refrigeration equipment, maintained a safe setting during the COVID 19 pandemic, and provided resources and signage so clients feel comfortable visiting the Pantry. Orange County Health Care Agency (HCA), CalFresh Healthy Living staff provided recipes and nutrition education. The Pantry clients are now able to prepare healthy meals with the food they receive. Clients can also obtain additional food for their families thanks to referrals to food assistance programs.
  • Food Pantry Clients Try New Foods

    Apr 19, 2022 Many Iowa food pantries promote healthy habits! Pantry clients can try new foods through food samplings, recipe kits, and fresh produce donations, thanks to Iowa State University Extension and Outreach SNAP-Ed. 
  • Eating Well at Home with Elena

    Feb 23, 2022 Elena is one person who joined a direct opportunity through SNAP-Ed. Elena is a mom of 4 boys and she had some health concerns in her family, so she jumped at the opportunity to learn about healthy eating on a budget. She was concerned about the amounts of fat, sugar and salt her family was consuming. She wanted to learn healthier alternatives for how to cook for her family rather than how she grew up. 
  • Thumbs Up for Healthy Choices in Food Pantries (Thumbs Up)

    2018 SNAP-Ed. Utah State University Extension.

    Thumbs Up for Healthy Choices in Food Pantries (Thumbs Up) is a policy, systems, and environment (PSE) change intervention designed to improve the visibility and appeal of healthy choices for pantr

  • Cooking Alone…Together! SNAP-Ed in Massachusetts Reaches New Audiences by Moving Online

    Feb 04, 2021 Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters in Massachusetts (a SNAP-Ed partner) provides practical food skills education for individuals to purchase and prepare foods that meet their nutrition, budget, and personal needs. Since this program began in Massachusetts in 1994, over 45,000 people learned these crucial skills and found solutions for common struggles such as limited time, money, and feeding picky kids.