University of Maryland Extension

FSNE

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FY14 Outcome Reports

Maryland's Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) program released their FY14 Annual Report , which highlights the accomplishments of FSNE programming over the past year. The report summarizes data from nutrition education interventions implemented in diverse settings that target individual,...

Text4HealthyTots

Text4HealthyTots messages offer nutrition and physical activity ideas to parents of preschool-aged children. Text4HealthyTots is a text message program targeting parents of children ages 3-5 that complements nutrition education in the preschool and kindergarten classrooms. Text messages are...

Healthy Changes for Out of School Youth

The Healthy Changes for Out of School Youth initiative is a comprehensive, multi-level intervention in out of school time settings serving low-income youth. Out of school time settings can be defined as places where kids spend their time before and after school, during school breaks, and over the...

Healthy School Communities

The Healthy School Communities initiative is a comprehensive, multi-level intervention that addresses the school environment to impact behavior change among children, teachers, families and other members of the school community. Nutrition education is provided to youth and adults, and the...

Healthy Tots, Healthy Families

The Healthy Tots, Healthy Families initiative is a comprehensive, multi-level intervention educating the preschool child, provider and parent while working to improve and change the preschool and childcare environment. Children spend a large number of hours in the preschool setting or within the...

Securing Food Resources for Families

The Securing Food Resources for Families initiative is a comprehensive, multi-level intervention at targeted venues where low income individuals and families access emergency food and food resources. Nutrition education will be provided to low income clients to help identify, select and prepare...

Farm to Family

The Farm to Family initiative is a comprehensive intervention at Farmers’ Markets to increase access and affordability of fruits and vegetables, and improve SNAP participants’ efficacy to select, store, prepare and eat a variety of fruits and vegetables. The Market to Mealtime curriculum provides...

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