EFNEP is a nutrition education program for limited-income families with children as well as youth. The main goal of EFNEP is to help limited-income families and youth acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to change behavior for nutritional well-being.
EFNEP offers a series of hands-on cooking and nutrition classes for both adult and youth. Food tasting and dollar stretching ideas are included in all classes.
ADULT - Nutrition assistants teach a series of seven cooking and nutrition classes to limited income adults with children in small groups. The classes are 1 Â½ hours. Click on Adult at the left for more information.
YOUTH - Limited-income children ages 6 to 12 are taught nutrition and cooking skills at Title One Schools in Missoula County. Some after-school and summer programs also receive EFNEP youth nutrition programs. Click on Youth at the left for more information.
*For more general information on nutrition see Family & Consumer Sciences Extension Programs
EFNEP is located in the Missoula County Extension Office at 2825 Santa Fe Court.
(behind Albertsons on Reserve Street)