We partner with over two thousand organizations across the state to deliver programs that improve the health of Minnesotans. From the Great Trays Partnership that helped schools put more fruits and vegetables on our children's trays to the Farm to School Leadership Team building Farm to School initiatives, we work with others for the health of all. Contact Health and Nutrition or click on your region on the map below to start making a difference today.
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Click on your county or region on the map below to contact the Simply Good Eating program to learn about other opportunities to partner. You may also be interested to Contact Us about our metro EFNEP program or other Health and Nutrition program opportunities.
Nutrition for the Underserved: The Implications — Results from focus groups with limited resource individuals. Highlights implications for four different cultural groups.
Healthy Eating — Support your health at every stage of life with the foods you eat.
Active Living — Keep your body moving daily in big and small ways to maintain or improve your health.
Home Cooking — Find simple tasty recipes that fit your budget and tips on preparing and storing food.
Smart Shopping — Learn to make smart food choices on a limited budget.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Food Assistance Programs — Minnesota Department of Human Services — Learn how to apply for food assistance and other food support.
Find Hunger and Food Resources — Hunger Solutions Minnesota — Find a food shelf, Meals on Wheels, Summer Food Service Program, food support office, or WIC program near you.
Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Program — Minnesota Department of Health — Supplemental food program for pregnant women, infants and children. Find an office near you: English | Spanish | Hmong | Somali