University of Maryland Extension

FSNE

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FY16 Outcome Reports

Maryland's Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) program just released their FY16 Annual Report , which highlights the accomplishments of FSNE programming over the past year. This report highlights statewide youth and adult nutrition education programs targeting low-income audiences during...

Market to Mealtime Kids

Helping Kids learn how their food gets from the farm to their plate, at home and at school. Market to Mealtime KIDS introduces youth to the food system. This display-based curriculum shows how food grows on the farm, and travels to the farmers' market or grocery store, to your plate, at home and at...

FSNE Outcome Reports

Maryland's Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) program just released their FY17 Annual Report , which highlights the accomplishments of FSNE programming over the past year. T his report highlights statewide youth and adult nutrition education programs targeting low-income audiences during...

Growing Healthy Habits for a Lifetime

Adults are Growing Healthy Habits for a Lifetime of good health Growing Healthy Habits for a Lifetime curriculum is a gardening and nutrition education curriculum that has been adapted from the youth focused Growing Healthy Habits curriculum. The curriculum can be used with teachers and staff for...

Smarter Lunchrooms

Students are making healthy choices in the cafeteria with Smarter Lunchrooms Smarter Lunchrooms is an evidence-based approach to encouraging selection of healthy foods in the school cafeteria. By making simple, low- to no-cost changes in how food is arranged, displayed, and marketed on the service...

Teen Cuisine

Teen Cuisine t eaches teens to cook and choose healthier foods Teen Cuisine is an evidence-based curricula FSNE uses to teach and encourage healthy eating behaviors and food preferences. This 6-lesson curriculum helps middle and high school-aged youth become self-sufficient in the kitchen while...

USDA Non-Discrimination Statement

USDA Non-Discrimination Statement In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from...

Text2BHealthy Resources

The University of Maryland Food Supplement Nutrition Education (SNAP-Ed) program developed Text2BHealthy, a text message based program for parents which reinforces nutrition information and behaviors their children are learning in school SNAP-Ed programs. On average, Text2BHealthy is implemented in...

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