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What can the EFNEP Adult Program do for you?

By means of the Eating Smart • Being Active curriculum, EFNEP helps limited-resource adults and their families establish and maintain healthy eating habits, physically active lifestyles, and sound nutritional knowledge.

Participants learn to:

  • Plan nutritious meals
  • Increase physical activity
  • Stretch their food dollar
  • Practice safe food handling
  • Prevent obesity through healthy lifestyles


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Eating Smart • Being Active is a research-based curriculum based on the 2010 Dietary Guidelines, designed for paraprofessional nutrition educators to assist limited-resource families with young children to make healthy lifestyle choices.

How can you and your family get involved?

Contact your local UCCE Humboldt-Del Norte EFNEP Program Representative, Jessica Rebholtz at (707) 445-7351. Alternatively, you may send her an email at jconde@ucanr.edu.


What can the EFNEP Youth Program do for you?

EFNEP helps youth acquire knowledge, skill, the right attitude, and behavior to create nutritionally sound diets. The youth program aims to enroll youth who come from limited resource families in rural and urban areas.

Students learn to:

  • Develop healthy eating habits
  • Choose healthy snacks
  • Increase physical activity
  • Practice safe food handling

The youth program is delivered by EFNEP staff or volunteer teachers in schools and community based organizations. Staff and/or volunteers utilize the appropriate curriculum.

How can your child or school participate?

Contact your local UCCE Humboldt-Del Norte EFNEP Program Representative, Jessica Rebholtz at (707) 445-7351. Alternatively, you may send her an email at jconde@ucanr.edu.