Nutrition & Health

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Food Camps at Petersen Barn
Sign up now for 3 awesome camps for kids this summer! Eating from the Garden, Iron Chef Camp, and Kids in the Kitchen! Contact Lizzie Dowrie for information and to sign up elizabeth.dowrie@oregonstate.edu or call 541-344-0249, x5
SNAP user - FFLC Youth Farm matching funds for CSA
The Youth Farm is partnering with two statewide organizations to provide matching funds for new CSA members who are using SNAP to pay for the CSA. See application and brochure for more information.

Helping Lane County Eat Healthy

Who we are

The Nutrition Education Program (NEP) comprises federally-funded programs aimed at improving nutrition and reducing obesity in low-income youth and families.

Home  

Food Hero.org

Good nutrition is important for health, energy, and learning. With this Oregon State University website, Food Hero, you will be able to budget for, plan, and create countless healthy, super tasty meals.  Food Hero will become your family's 'go to' site for everything food. 

What we do

  • Teach adults and families hands-on cooking and nutrition classes in which participants learn to cook food safely and make healthy meals on a budget.

  • Work with schools to create healthy environments for students and staff. We do this through nutrition and cooking classes, gardening programs, and school engagement projects.

  • The Food Pantry Project trains volunteers to help citizens with limited-resources make better use of available foods. Pantry clients learn how to prepare simple, nutritious meals from common foods available from local food pantries.

Our Partners

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