Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Family & Consumer Science programming provides nutrition, food safety, food security and food resource management education at community events, workshops and group meetings. Building strong and vibrant communities through the EFNEP program which provides nutrition education to low income families and children in Chautauqua County.
EFNEP is a program for low income adults who are pregnant or raising children. Participants attend a series of 8 lessons on a variety of nutrition education topics. Series can be offered at agency locations or as home visits.
This 8 week program is designed for low-income adults who are raising children and who have pre-diabetes, diabetes or who live in a household with someone with diabetes.
This class series is for low-income adults who are raising children. This series can be taught at an agency with a group of adults or as a series of home visits.
This class series is for low-income adults who are raising children aged 3-11. This series can be taught at an agency with a group of adults or as a series of home visits
Last updated August 31, 2015