University of Maryland Extension

Food Supplement Nutrition Education

Welcome to the Food Supplement Nutrition Education (FSNE) program page. FSNE provides nutrition education to help low-income individuals and families make healthy food choices, develop food preparation skills, handle food safely, improve shopping skills, and increase physical activity. FSNE also provides nutrition education training to volunteers and professionals who provide services to low-income families, thus expanding the reach of the program.

FSNE educators collaborate with state and local organizations and often partner with many USDA food and nutrition programs such as WIC, the school lunch and breakfast program, HEAD START, and others to strengthen programming and ensure.

To Learn More about Food Supplement Nutrition Education in Queen Anne's County contact:

FSNE educator:

Rena Brooks, Agent Associate, Project Leader/Nutrition Educator
Email: rbrooks8@umd.edu   Phone – 410.758.0166
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