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WA SNAP-Ed covers a wide range of programming, and we hope to provide as much support as possible for everyone to succeed. Visit this page to find many different resources that may help with your programs.

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WSU Clallam Extension SNAP-Ed Farm to School

  What is Farm to School? WSU Clallam Extension SNAP-Ed works closely with school districts to develop programs that promote student, staff, and community wellness. In 2022, the Clallam Extension Community Health and SNAP-Ed team…

Port Angeles School District Awarded Grant to Make Healthy Changes to School Meals

Post by danielle.carson | September 27, 2023 With the hard work of WSU Clallam County Extension SNAP-Ed staff, a local Farm to School Consultant, and School District leadership, The PASD was awarded a $109,000 Healthy…

Port Angeles Schools celebrate Eat Local Month

In observance of Taste Washington Day, on October 4, Clallam Farm to School and the Port Angeles School District kicked off the first of many local food taste testing events in Port Angeles Schools. According…
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Connecting Participants to Food Assistance Programs

Staff involved in the Washington State SNAP-Ed program play an important role in helping people we serve connect to food assistance programs across the state. We hope everyone takes time to review these programs and the benefits they have to offer. Connecting participants to food assistance can help people live healthier lives.

Use the information and links below to learn about food access programs in the state of Washington.

Washington Connection offers a fast and easy way for families and individuals to apply for a variety of services. There are a number of services you can link SNAP-Ed participants to help them access healthy food. In addition, Washington Connections provides a variety of food resources.

There are Community Services Offices (CSO) across the state that provide many DSHS services.

SNAP-Ed LIAs can find information about how to help SNAP participants access healthy food through federal and state funded programs here:  Washington SNAP-Ed Resources

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