Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)
Want to make healthy changes in your life? The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) can help! EFNEP offers free nutrition classes where you will learn how to:
- Make healthy food choices on a budget
- Plan nutritious, delicious, and quick meals
- Prepare featured recipes
- Follow proper food safety precautions
- Incorporate more physical activity into your everyday life
Who We Serve
EFNEP serves families with young children, pregnant women, and children in grades 6-8 who are recieving or eligible for:
EFNEP Sedgwick County offers virtual series and in-person classes in partnership with community organizations. Please see our event calendar for current class offerings. You explore more information about each curriculum by following the links below:
Interested in taking an EFNEP nutrition series but didn't see a current series that fits your schedule? Fill out our survey here and we'll be in touch.
We work with a wide range of community organizations including recreation deparments, libraries, social services, churches, and more!
If you're a community organization interested in hosting a series, please reach out to the EFNEP Agent by phone or email to discuss programming options in more detail.
The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program is sponsored by the USDA and implemented by K-State Research & Extension.