Maryland SNAP-Ed

Maryland SNAP-Ed is a nutrition education program that creates healthier environments and improves the wellbeing of limited income families here in Anne Arundel County. All nutrition education programs available to youth and adult audiences consist of hands-on activities including gardening, food preparation, and tasting opportunities. SNAP-Ed provides staff training, nutrition education lessons and materials, social marketing programs and policy, system and environmental-level changes. Partner sites include schools, early education centers out of school programs, food pantries, and farmers’ markets.

Key partners in Anne Arundel County:

  • Belle Grove Elementary School
  • Ferndale Early Education Center
  • Georgetown Elementary School
  • Hilltop Elementary School
  • Maryland City Elementary School
  • Odenton Elementary School- PreK only
  • Park Elementary School
  • Van Bokkelen Elementary School
  • Bywater Housing Community
  • Y of Central MD- Head Start
  • Christian Assistance Program
  • Life of Victory
  • Nichols Bethel United Methodist Church
  • Severn Run Church
  • Crispens' Farm and Green House
  • Luminis Health- Anne Arundel Medical Center Farmers Market

To become a SNAP-Ed partner, contact:

LaTasha Coleman
SNAP-Ed Project Leader & Nutrition Educator

301.226.7474 (main)
443.518.9567 (cell)

To explore Maryland SNAP-Ed's recipes, blogs, and connect with us on our social media sites please visit our Eat Smart website.