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SNAP-Ed is celebrating 30 years since the launch of the program in 1992, when seven states first conducted nutrition education using federal funds. Today, the program reaches individuals, groups, and organizations in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Virgin Islands, and Guam. A network of 166 implementing agencies leverages approximately 33,290 local partnerships to deliver the program using evidence-based projects and interventions. Learn more about the 30th Anniversary and download materials at the SNAP-Ed 30th Anniversary Communications Toolkit

SNAP-Ed 30th Anniversary Webinar Series

Webinar #1: SNAP-Ed Celebrates Partnerships with Indian Tribal Organizations and Minority Serving Institutions

April 27, 2022. View the Webinar  /  Download Slides (PDF, 2.7 MB)

As a part of the National SNAP-Ed 30th Year Anniversary Webinar Series, the Mountain Plains, Southeast, and Southwest regions celebrate SNAP-Ed partnerships with Indian Tribal Organizations and Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The webinar featured regional highlights and agency presentations on program initiatives and achievements.

Webinar #2: Innovative SNAP-Ed Projects

May 25, 2022, 2:00-3:15pm. View the Webinar / Download Slides (PDF, 4.5 MB)

SNAP-Ed Works: Evidence shows positive impact of SNAP-Ed 

Connecticut’s Hispanic Health Council presents their early childhood education puppet show which complements multilevel community engagement. The University of Maryland Extension discusses their TEXT2BHealthy targeted messaging that directs nutrition education participants to policy, systems, and environmental change initiatives. University of Georgia demonstrates Food e-Talk, a smart phone based online education platform.

Webinar #3: SNAP-Ed collaborations and coalition building efforts

June 22, 2022, 2:00-3:15pm. View the Webinar / Download Slides from WI (PDF, 1.6 MB), WV (PDF, 2.1 MB), and CA (PDF, 10.3 MB).

Webinar 3 Questions and Answers Document (PDF, 285 KB)

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension and Milwaukee Food Council discusses their Collective Action Initiative at the local level, and the Wisconsin SNAP-Ed Program shares efforts to expand collective action at the state level with other SNAP-Ed Implementing Agencies and grantees, including tribal organizations. West Virginia University and the WV Food and Farm Coalition discusses their collaboration between SNAP-Ed and the Gus Schumacher Nutrition Incentive Program grantee. The San Bernardino County Department of Health SNAP-Ed program discusses their leadership in coalition building to address food insecurity during the public health emergency.