EFNEP is a part of the Nutrition Program of Cornell Cooperative Extension

EFNEP is a part of the Nutrition Program of Cornell Cooperative Extension

EFNEP

EFNEP assists low income families and youth improve health. The program teaches ways to:

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

Who’s Eligible?

Families working to make ends meet. Families participating in:

  • SNAP
  • WIC
  • Medicaid
  • Head Start
  • Free or reduced price school lunches

Learn from one of our many curriculums:

Family Nutrition

Learn about healthy eating habits to help support your family.


Breastfeeding

EFNEP is pleased to announce a new class to help soon to be moms in their breastfeeding journey. The nine week course is open to mom's in Schenectady County. Each week you will participate in a one-hour class that covers a variety of information specific to breastfeeding and nutrition. 



Healthy Cents

Learn how to save money and eat healthy.  Whether you are at the store, grabbing a quick bite, or eating dinner we can help you make healthy cents.

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 today for more information or to schedule a class.

518-372-1622

Contact

Megan Latza
Cooperative Extension Educator
mlc37@cornell.edu
(518) 372-1622 ext. 246

Last updated May 5, 2017