The FY19 SNAP-Ed through the Land-Grant University System report is now available. This report features the outcomes and impacts of LGU SNAP-Ed programs representing 42 institutions and 37 states.
There is also a 1-page (front and back) infographic highlighting key findings of the report.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) contracted with Insight Policy Research (Insight) to review and provide way to improve the reporting of program outputs, outcomes, and impacts to ensure when SNAP-Ed data is combined at the national level it is reliable, valid, and meaningful.
For the detailed report, see SNAP-Ed Data Improvement, Agenda and Action Plan
Michigan State University has released their final report focusing on Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes within EFNEP.
Click here to access the full report.
The following reports provide understanding of the national dimensions of SNAP-Ed, as conducted through the land-grant institutions and the Association of State Nutrition Network Administrators (ASNNA).
SNAP-Ed Through the Land-Grant University System — FY 2015 Executive Summary (PDF here) and Full Report (PDF here) and Infographic (PDF here)
SNAP-Ed Through the Land-Grant University System — FY 2010 Report Overview (PDF here) and Full Report (PDF here)
Food Stamp Nutrition Education Through the Land-Grant University/Cooperative Extension System — FY 2005 (PDF here)
Food Stamp Nutrition Education within the Cooperative Extension/Land-Grant University System — National Report FY 2002 (PDF here)
Food Stamp Nutrition Education in the 1890 Community — September, 2003 (PDF here)