Resource | Webinars/Videos
Leveraging FNS Programs in a Lead Exposure Crisis

This webinar provides information necessary to leverage FNS Programs in response to a lead exposure crisis and to provide best practices and lessons learned from those who dealt with the on-the-ground response in Flint, Michigan.

Resource | Webinars/Videos
Finding SNAP-Ed Materials the Easy Way
Resource | Webinars/Videos
Securing Third-Party Partners for SNAP E&T Programs
Resource | Grants
FINI Grant Program
Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
State Point of Sale Letter for Markets and Farmers
Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
SNAP to Skills Policy Brief: Securing Third-Party Partners for SNAP E&T Programs

In this third SNAP to Skills policy brief, Securing Provider Partners for SNAP E&T Programs, we provide a high-level understanding of the steps involved in building a third-party partnership.

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Fight Lead with Healthy Foods

USDA recently teamed with local, state and federal partners in Michigan to share with Flint residents healthy eating habits that can mitigate lead absorption in the body. Consuming foods high in calcium, iron and Vitamin C – and keeping their stomachs full – can reduce lead levels.

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SNAP Major Changes Webinars
Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
ABAWD Waivers

States may request to waive the ABAWD time limit in areas with an unemployment rate above 10 percent or a lack of sufficient jobs. SNAP regulations provide a number of ways States can demonstrate that an unemployment rate above 10 percent or a lack of sufficient jobs. Below is a summary of the common criteria by which States can qualify for a time limit waiver: (For complete regulations, please visit the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations).

Resource | Grants
USDA Rural Child Poverty Nutrition Center Grants 2016

The USDA Rural Child Poverty Nutrition Center at the University of Kentucky awarded $1.3 million in grants to help reduce child food insecurity by improving coordination among child nutrition programs in 17 rural communities. The funding, ranging from $50,000 to $100,000, will help these rural communities implement creative strategies to improve access to nutrition programs for families and children.