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Community partnerships help San Juan County improve street safety

September 18, 2019
An Orcas Island resident walks along Prune Alley. The gravel shoulder serves as a sidewalk on one of East Sound’s busiest streets. What began as a local SNAP-Ed campaign to increase physical activity and promote…

Award winning SNAP-Ed garden program helps Island County schoolchildren grow in health, stewardship

August 12, 2019
The gardens—a joint effort between Oak Harbor Public Schools and WSU Island County Extension SNAP-Ed—help students learn about health, sustainability, and stewardship and have become an integral part of the schools’ curriculum.

Kitsap’s glean team is saving fresh produce for those who need it

July 27, 2019
Source: Kitsap Sun  All summer long, volunteers are heading into Kitsap County’s orchards with the community’s low-income and vulnerable populations in mind. They’re called "gleaners," and their efforts are helping make fresh produce available that…

WSU Extension SNAP-Ed and DSHS Community Service Office team up to promote healthy lifestyles in Skagit County

May 6, 2019
For the past two years, WSU Skagit County Extension SNAP-Ed nutrition educators have been a regular presence at the Department of Social and Health Services’ Local Planning Area Meetings. The meetings—intended to increase community outreach—have become the catalyst for an incredible partnership that’s helping Skagit county DSHS clients increase their buying power and make healthy choices for themselves and their families.

February Harvest of the Month: Cauliflower Prepared by Students

March 25, 2019
Concrete Farm to School Coordinator Rachel Muia assisted four elementary students in a Cauliflower Cook-off to showcase February’s Harvest of the Month. Student chefs made use of the Farm to School kitchen classroom to prepare two favorite cauliflower dishes.

Peer-to-Peer Advocacy: Building Capacity for SNAP-Ed Outreach

January 15, 2019
Over the past four years, the Spokane Regional Health District (SRHD) has successfully increased capacity for SNAP-Ed outreach through the implementation of a public health peer-to-peer, Community Health Worker (CHW) model.

Tulalip Tribes’ first successful Eating Smart Being Active (ESBA) Class on the Tulalip reservation

January 15, 2019
In 2018, the Tulalip SNAP-Ed program conducted our first Eating Smart Being Active classes on the Tulalip Reservation.

King County Healthcare and Food Insecurity Learning Network

January 15, 2019
As part of our effort to combat food insecurity, SNAP-Ed staff at Public Health Seattle and King County identified the need for coordination and collaboration across health systems as well as community partners that offer healthy, affordable options.
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