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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.

An Appetite for Learning

January 15, 2019
Earlier this year, SNAP-Ed staff at Pierce County WSU offered an eight-lesson Eating Smart Being Active series at the Lakes Nourish Food Bank in Lakewood, WA.

Connecting Food Bank Customers and Farmers Markets

January 15, 2019
In an effort to help bring fresh produce to more Snohomish County homes, the Snohomish County WA State Farmers Market Lead and WSU Extension SNAP-Ed presented at a Snohomish County Food Bank Coalition Meeting in Spring 2018. 

Make the Healthy Choice, the Easy Choice by Gleaning!

January 14, 2019
The Kitsap Public Health District SNAP-Ed team understands the connection between gleaning and SNAP-Ed goals: if we increase the access of fresh produce in our community, we will increase the opportunity, and ease, of making healthier choices.

Partnering for a Sustainable School Gardening Program

January 14, 2019
In August 2018, the SNAP-Ed Garden Steering Committee met at our usual location at Oak Harbor Public Schools. 

Cultivating Communities – Harvesting Healthier Lifestyles

January 14, 2019
The campus of YUGM in Yakima is much more than one would imagine. Its ministries include vocational training, a health clinic, a food pantry and cafeteria, New Life rehabilitation unit, and a family shelter.
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