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SNAP-Ed Initiatives

Maryland SNAP-Ed Initiatives

Maryland’s SNAP-Ed Program 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 outcome when it is designed and implemented with the community and audience in mind.  The SNAP-Ed Initiatives take into account the individual, their family and their community.  

Click on the links below to learn more about each of the 5 initiatives. 

Farm to Family Initiative 
Healthy Changes for Out of School Youth 
Healthy School Communities
Healthy Tots, Healthy Families
Securing Food Resources for Families 

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