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  • Healthy Chinese Cuisine using Fruits and Vegetables

    2019 $0.00 California Department of Public Health. CalFresh Healthy Living.

    Excerpt from the forward:

    "This bilingual booklet suggests ways to increase fruit and vegetable consumption and provides helpful tips on staying active. These easy methods to improve intake of fruits and vegetables are enhanced by celebrity chef Martin Yan and nutritionist Catherine Wong from Chinatown Public Health Center. They share their secrets for healthy eating and cooking using authentic Chinese recipes."

  • Utah SNAP-Ed Develops Healthy Child-friendly Videos 

    Nov 22, 2023

    Utah State University Create Better Health (Utah SNAP-Ed) developed the Captain Create mascot and YouTube channel as a tool for teaching children about healthy food choices and the importance of physical activity. 

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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).