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  • Shop Smart, Eat Smart Virginia

    Aug 10, 2023

    In 2018, a SNAP-Ed Extension Agent in southwest Virginia, from Shop Smart, Eat Smart, cold called a store manager hoping to start a partnership. Looking back, the Extension Agent thought this approach may have been overwhelming for the store manage, but it worked!

  • 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. 

  • SNAP-Ed Spearheads Community Gardens in Page County, Virginia

    Jul 26, 2023

    Virginia SNAP-Ed, as part of Virginia Cooperative Extension, played a central role in establishing 3 community gardens in central Virginia. The gardens came to life through the efforts of a coalition with the Page Alliance for Community Action (PACA).

  • 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. 

  • Create Better Health Online Course

    May 15, 2023

    The Utah State University Extension Create Better Health (SNAP-Ed) Online Course is a thorough, cost-saving, and effective on-demand educational delivery option, shown to positively impact families’ eating and physical activity behaviors.