Reports

Engaging and Strengthening SNAP-Ed & EFNEP Partnerships

These two documents are appropriate for use by both SNAP-Ed and EFNEP coordinators. They were created by the SNAP-Ed Program Development Team to assist in increasing communication and building lasting relationships. The documents are each one page and provide guidance for new and existing personnel.

EFNEP Evaluation - Adult Program

EFNEP collects demographic data on all adults who participate in the program. In addition, food and physical activity questionnaires and 24-hour dietary recalls are administered at entry and at exit to measure improvement in behavior.

EFNEP Evaluation - Youth Program

EFNEP collects demographic data on all youth groups who participate in the program. In addition, questionnaires are administered at entry and at exit to measure improvement in knowledge and skill development for children and to measure improvement in behavior for youth.

FY13 Outcomes from the AREERA Annual Reports

FY13 Outcomes from the AREERA Annual Reports

USDA NO FEAR Act Data Posting

The NO FEAR Act requires Federal Agencies to post cumulative year-to-date summary statistical EEO complaint data on a quarterly basis each Fiscal Year (FY).

Aquaculture-Related Research Projects

NIFA funds scores of aquaculture research projects

Core Competencies - EFNEP & SNAP-Ed

Core competencies were developed for use by both SNAP-Ed and EFNEP Coordinators. The nutrition program coordinator core competencies identify skill sets needed to be a successful state program coordinator. These competencies were developed to help state coordinators identify current strengths and areas for future professional development. The paraprofessional core competencies identify skill sets needed to be a successful paraprofessional nutrition educator. These competencies were developed to guide state coordinators and program supervisors in hiring, training, and performance management decisions.

Community Nutrition Education (CNE) Logic Model

The CNE Logic Model applies a socio-ecological approach to support a broad continuum of intervention strategies and outcomes over time. The three levels of intervention are: individual, family, or household level; institution, organization, or community level; and social structure/policy level.

FSNE 2002 National LGU/CES Report

This is the first national report for Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE) within the Cooperative Extension/Land-Grant University System. In addition to the two authors cited, this report reflects the combined labors of numerous individuals who devoted many hours of hard work.

BFRDP Stakeholder Input Received 2013 and 2014

Summary of stakeholder input received by the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (BFRDP) on or before July 3, 2014, in response to a widely-circulated invitation to provide input to inform the 2015 cycle of grants.