MSU Extension county-based educators provide research-based educational programming on how to maximize food resources to promote good nutrition, and health. In addition, there are programs available for people who have limited financial resources. Groups and individuals learn basic nutrition, menu planning, shopping skills, food safety, household budgeting, and food selection through experiential activities. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) provides food and nutrition education to individuals and families who are eligible for or receiving Food Stamps.
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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed)) provides food and nutrition education to low income individuals and families of all ages who are eligible for or receiving Food Stamps. Groups and individuals learn basic nutrition, menu planning, shopping skills, food safety, household budgeting, and food selection through experiential activities. Contact our office at (231) 627-8815 for more information on this program.
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