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FY15 Outcome Reports

Maryland's Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) program just released their FY15 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...

Text2BHealthy

Text2BHealthy messages reinforce FSNE school activities and nutrition education programs. Text2BHealthy is a text messaging program that compliments direct nutrition education provided in elementary school classrooms. Text messages are targeted for parents of school-aged children that are currently...

Fruits & Veggies Fabulous Foods!

Fruits & Veggies Fabulous Foods ! encourages families to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables every day. Fruits & Veggies: Fabulous Foods! encourages adults to consume more fruits and vegetables and to engage in daily physical activity. Lesson messages and interactive activities provide...

Dig In!

Dig In! Standards Based Nutrition Education f rom the Ground Up Dig In! is a st andards-based gardening and nutrition curriculum designed for grades 5 and 6. Through ten inquiry-based lessons, students are engaged in gardening through growing, harvesting, tasting and learning about fruits and...

FSNE Initiatives

FSNE Initiatives Maryland’s Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) offers nutrition education programs in five initiative areas. These initiatives center on unique audiences and topic areas and are designed around specific outcomes. Community based nutrition education has the most desired...

Youth Gardening for Nutrition

Youth Gardening for Nutrition Trains Teachers to Grow Better Nutrition Growing evidence demonstrates that nutrition education used in conjunction with hands-on youth garden encourages better nutritional habits and promotes fitness and health. University of Maryland Extension created a 30-hour Youth...

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