Food Pantry Project

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Food Hero Sampling at the FFLC Pantries
Stop by our table for a taste of Hummus - no Tahini and the latest tips from our Pantry Volunteers. Pick up a copy of the recipe plus June's Food Hero monthly - Yogurt!
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Map of pantries where volunteers teach nutrition education

Are you looking for a new way to connect with your community? Join an amazing group of volunteers and become a Food Pantry Food Educator for the Nutrition Education Program at OSU Extension Service in Lane County!

The Food Pantry Project at OSU Extension Service in Lane County aims to empower those receiving emergency food to improve the nutritional quality of their diets. We do this by offering healthy and inexpensive Food Hero recipes, budget stretching tips, and nutrition education. The goals of the Food Pantry Project are to:

  • Help those receiving emergency food improve the nutritional quality of their diets
  • Increase the consumption of vegetables, fruits, lean meats, whole grains, and low-fat dairy
  • Inspire people to try new foods!
  • Encourage volunteers to share their expertise with the community
To get a closer look, check out a map of the emergency pantries where volunteers teach here!

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The Food Pantry Project is a partnership between the OSU Extension Service in Lane County Nutrition Education Program, Family Food Education/Master Food Preserver Program, and FOOD for Lane County.

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