Eat Well for Less, an interactive learning program developed by Oregon State University Extension Service, Multnomah County, was designed to be used by instructors and Food Stamp eligible adults and youth in a computer lab or on home computers. The project consists of three learning modules. Each module can be taken on its own or all three can be taken in succession.
Note: Trade-name products and services are mentioned as illustrations only. This does not mean that the Oregon State University Extension Service either endorses these products and services or intends to discriminate against products and services not mentioned.
Special thanks to Don Grey, Tim Connor, Heather Gilbert, Claudia Beverly, and Locati's Onion Patch for contributions, and Ellen Schuster, Carolyn Raab, Sharon Cartwright (OSU Extension) and Floyd Smith (Adult and Family Services) for review.
©2006 Oregon State University. Partial funding for the Oregon Family Nutrition Program is made available through the Oregon Department of Human Services, from the USDA Food and Nutrition Service. Oregon State University Extension Service cooperating. Oregon State University Extension Service offers educational programs, activities, and materials without discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, disability, or disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran status. Oregon State University Extension Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Eat Well for Less program materials will be made available in large print, Braille, on audio tape, computer disk, verbally, or other formats upon request. Please call Anne Hoisington, OSU Extension Service, Multnomah County, at (503) 282-0624.
To find out if you are eligible for Food Stamps, please call 1-800-SAFENET.