Iowa State University Extension and Outreach’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) and the Family Nutrition Program (FNP) help youth and young, low-resource families with children develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behavior needed to improve their diet.
4-H county youth coordinator Caleb Carver tells how kids enjoy hands-on learning in a community garden and describes one child’s excitement about bringing home food for her family. His story shows one way ISU Extension and Outreach is building a strong Iowa.
Julie Mayhew, a family nutrition program assistant, tells how nutrition education has made an impact in the lives of new Iowans. Her story shows one way ISU Extension and Outreach is building a strong Iowa.
A little exercise, a little cooking, some education about diabetes and a lot of fun: That’s the recipe for “Latinos Living Well,” a research and community based program from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach that leads to behavior change.
Human Sciences Extension and Outreach is your partner across the lifespan, helping individuals and families build strong relationships, raise healthy kids, increase financial wellbeing, and improve nutrition and wellness.