Intensive Supervision Program
The Bannock County 4-H Extension Educator works with youth in the Intensive Supervision Program to teach life skills. Youth learn to set goals, plan for their future, manage their money, learn about nutrition, and a variety of other life skills. The program is typically twice a month.
Idaho’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-ED) & EFNEP
Eat Smart Idaho is Idaho’s Nutrition Education Program to help adults and families learn how to stretch their food dollars to provide tasty, low-cost, healthy meals for their families. Nutrition Advisors teach group classes and one-on-one lessons to adults and children. The lessons cover basic nutrition, stretching the food dollar, food resource management, food safety, and physical activity.
Eat Smart Idaho is funded by two Federal grants, allowing University of Idaho Extension to deliver classes specifically for those with limited resources. These grants are provided by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service in cooperation with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare and by USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture.
Visit the National SNAP-Ed website for more information.
Additional Information on Nutrition Education:
Visit choosemyplate.gov for the most reliable up to date information on nutrition for you and your family. You will find great recipes, nutrition tips, videos, research based information and handouts for the whole family. You will also find the SuperTracker, fun programs that can help you set goals plan, analyze, and track your diet and physical activity for a healthier life!
Visit the Food and Nutrition Service’s website for a vast collection of quick, delicious, cost effective recipes for every type of cook. There are many links on this page to take you to information regarding various USDA sponsored food programs.