Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)
Dr. Drewery and the LSU AgCenter’s new Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) collaborated with The City of Baton Rouge | East Baton Rouge Parish | Head Start Program supporting our nutrition program and helping the community develop skills to make healthier choices that will lead to healthier diets. Using a hands-on approach, EFNEP focused on food-related practices to help participants achieve personal and family wellness. The nutrition education program was taught by peer educators who lived and work within our community. EFNEP delivered research-based teachings through a series of interactive direct-education lessons. Check out the exciting events held in the pictures below:
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