The Kentucky Nutrition Education Program (KYNEP) encompass two separate USDA programs: The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-Ed). Both programs are administered by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service, and target low income families and individuals with nutrition education.  The goals of both are to educate limited resource families with young children and SNAP eligible individuals to plan nutritious meals on a limited budget, acquire safe food handling practices, improve food preparation skills and change behavior necessary to have a healthy lifestyle. 

 
NEP Teacher

NEW ADDRESS:

Kentucky Nutrition Education Program
1500 Bull Lea Rd.
Suite 130
Lexington, Kentucky 40511

 
 
 
 
 
Nutrition Program Assistants - July 2017 for the University of Kentucky and Kentucky State University

Nutrition Program Assistants - July 2017 for the University of Kentucky and Kentucky State University

First row:

Lora Gullet -KSU Area NEP Agent - Rowan County Melody Creech - KSU NEP Assistant- Whitley County Happy (Kathleen) Raffaele - KSU NEP Assistant- Anderson County

Second Row:

Breanna Williams - UK NEP Assistant - Campbell County Laykin Smith - KSU NEP Assistant- Bath County Brenda Williams - KSU Assistant -Montgomery County Stacy Ashbrook - UK NEP Assistant -Harrison County Debra Baler = KSU NEP Assistant- Montgomery County

Back Row:

Brad Stone - UK NEP Assistant -Lewis County Andrea Munoz - KSU NEP Assistant - Whitley County Robin Thompson - UK NEP Assistant - Martin County

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