Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)


EFNEP is a Cooperative Extension Nutrition Program. 

The program assists low income families and youth improve health.

The program teaches ways to:

  • Eat more fruits and vegetables.
  • Drink fewer sweetened beverages.
  • Maintain a healthy weight.
  • Be physically active.

    Who is Eligible:
  • Families working to make ends meet.
  • Families participating in:
    • SNAP • Medicaid
    • WIC • Head Start
    • Free or reduced price school lunches

    Learn How To:
  • Make recipes your children will love.Buy healthy food with your money and SNAP or WIC benefits.
  • Plan nutritious meals that save time and money.
  • Prepare delicious dishes with less salt, sugar, and fat.
  • Use food labels to make healthy choices.

    JOIN US: 
    For a series of 6 to 8 interactive, supportive classes. Learn with others in a group or meet one on one with our staff.

    Call us to schedule classes! Call today for more information: 607-772-8953 or click here for our brochure.

    EFNEP can help you shop smarter and feel better!
  • Contact

    Rachel Parsons
    Nutrition Educator
    (607) 584-5012

    Last updated November 4, 2019