Partner With Us
We partner with over two thousand organizations across the state to deliver programs that improve the health of Minnesotans.
Our Extension Educators — From needs assessment to engaging stakeholders to creating system change, our Extension educators work across the state to support for your food access projects.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) — Helping Minnesotans with limited financial resources make the healthy choice the easy choice. Also available in Spanish.
Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) — Providing hands-on nutrition education to assist families with limited resources in the Twin Cities to make healthy food and physical activity choices.
Cooking Matters® Minnesota — Hands-on, cooking-based nutrition education programs that help low-income families prepare healthy meals.
I CAN Prevent Diabetes — This lifestyle change program provides tools for adults to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.
Building Better Food Shelves — Training, print materials, videos, and more for food shelf directors, volunteers and others working to improve healthy food access.
Healthy Food Shelf Transformations — This SNAP-Ed-funded project aims to transform hunger relief in Minnesota to be more healthful, equitable, and reliable.
Latino Fathers Promoting Healthy Youth Behaviors — This AFRI grant-funded project to prevent obesity among Latino adolescents includes a multidisciplinary team and community-based participatory research.
Serious Game: Changing Energy Balance-Related Behaviors of Youth — A multidisciplinary team funded by an NIH-grant developed and tested an educational game for high school-aged youth that promotes healthy eating and physical activity.
Minnesota Food and Nutrition Network — Contact us to join this listserv and connect with other health- and nutrition-focused professionals.
Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds, Healthy Learners — The Children, Youth, and Family Consortium is engaging in a partnership with Bruce Vento Elementary School to develop engaging learning environments that enhance student academic success.
Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Program — Minnesota Department of Health — Supplemental food program for pregnant women, infants and children. Find an office near you: English | español | Lus Hmoob | Soomaali