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Onslow County EFNEP

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What is EFNEP?

The Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program reaches limited-resource families through a series of hands-on lessons that are evidence-based and tailored to meet the needs of the audience. Families are recruited or receive referrals and are taught by trained educators and supervised by a university- and locally-based staff.

The program strives to see individuals and families experience improvements in diet quality, physical activity, food resource management, food safety, and food security. Through locally taught classes, participants will learn how to cook and eat more meals at home, eat more fruits & veggies, save more money on food, control portion sizes, reach and/or maintain a healthy weight, and keep food safe.

EFNEP Resources

Looking for information on nutrition? Check out the nutritional lessons and recipes from Alyssa Jackson. You can even add Alyssa on Facebook to receive the information on your Facebook timeline!

Recipes

There are so many delicious recipes to try! Upon completing an EFNEP program, you will receive a full cookbook!

Lessons

Contact Alyssa if you are interested in getting set up for online lessons.

Upcoming Classes/Events

Upcoming and available classes will be posted here. Contact Alyssa for more information!

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Contact Us

To find out more about this program in Onslow County, contact our Nutrition Program Assistant, Alyssa Jackson.

By Phone

910-455-5873, MONDAY–FRIDAY, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

By Email

alyssa.jackson@ncsu.edu