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Success Stories

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Virtual Walking Group Helps People Stay Active

May 25, 2022

The LSU AgCenter SNAP-Ed program in Ouachita Parish started a “Workout Wednesday” virtual walking group. The group was formed to provide a system for residents to connect with accountability partners for physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Healthy Markets, Strong Communities

May 25, 2022

In Wisconsin, SNAP-Ed is helping low-income consumers feel more comfortable getting to and shopping at farmers markets, by providing resources before they arrive and after they get there. 

Find Food IL Map Increases Awareness of Community Food Resources

May 06, 2022

Illinois residents have a new tool to meet their basic food needs, thanks to the Find Food Illinois Community Food Map. This online tool was developed by SNAP-Ed in collaboration with the Feeding Illinois network, Midwest Food Bank network, and other state partners.

SNAP-Ed Supports the Double Up Food Bucks Debut in Cowley County

Apr 22, 2022

Families visiting the Ark City Farm and Art Market and Walnut Valley Farmers Market can now bring home more healthy food! The Cowley Farmers Market Association (CFMA) launched the Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) program in 2021 thanks to the leadership of the Family Consumer Science and SNAP-Ed Agent, Becky Reid and Nutrition Educator, Ruth Bumgarter! SNAP recipient users can double their benefits up to $25 per market visit in extra tokens to be used only for locally grown fruits and vegetables.