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  • Spend Smart. Eat Smart.

    2015 Iowa State University Extension.

    Spend Smart. Eat Smart. is a Web site developed by Iowa State University Extension to offer information that can help families stretch food dollars and provide nutritious meals.

  • The Whole Milk Truth

    2014 Oklahoma Nutrition Information & Education Project.

    Statewide campaign to encourage consumption of 1% milk.

  • Eat Together PA

    2012 Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Network.

    The Eat Together PA campaign is helping Pennsylvanians to come back to the table for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks too!

  • Mass Transit Social Marketing Campaign

    2016 Family Nutrition Program. University of Rhode Island.

    The goal of the University of Rhode Island’s USDA-funded Family Nutrition Program has been to promote the benefits of healthy eating within the constraints of a limited budget.

  • ReThink Your Drink (Nevada)

    2016 University of Nevada, Reno

    The goal of the ReThink Your Drink campaign is to arm the reader with information and tools to use to help kids make healthy drink choices and reduce the number of sugary drinks they consume.

  • Grocery Store Tour: Vegetables

    2015 University of Connecticut, The Center for Public Health and Health Policy: Husky Programs.

    A streaming video that features a Registered Dietitian discussing many aspects of vegetables at a grocery store.

  • Chickasaw Nation SNAP-Ed Coordinated Programming and Evaluation

    Aug 04, 2017 The Eagle Adventure program was developed through a collaboration between the Chickasaw Nation Nutrition Services SNAP-Ed Program and the Oklahoma State University in Indian Country for youth and their families after extensive formative research indicated type 2 diabetes as a major concern among parents and elders. The team used the socioecological model (SEM) as the framework for development of the program and evaluation processes.