Reports

EFNEP 2020 National Data Report

The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) consistently demonstrates strong results. Annual data confirms graduates improve their diets, improve their nutrition practices, stretch their food dollars farther, handle food more safely, and increase their physical activity levels.

FY 2020 Allocation and Matching

FY 2020 data on the amount of funds awarded and matching requirements for 1862 and 1890 capacity grant recipients.

SNAP-Ed FY 2019 - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education Report

SNAP-Ed FY 2019 - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education. A retrospective review of Land-Grant University SNAP-Ed programs and impacts.

FY 2019 Allocation and Matching

FY 2019 data on the amount of funds awarded and matching requirements for 1862 and 1890 capacity grant recipients.

Capacity Grants Prior Year Documents

Capacity Grants Prior Year Documents

FY 2019 Hatch Act (Multi-State Funding) - Appendix A Final

FY 2019 Hatch Act (Multi-State Funding) - Appendix A Final

FY 2018 Revised Allocation and Matching

FY 2018 revised data on the amount of funds awarded and matching requirements for 1862 and 1890 capacity grant recipients.

2018 CYFAR Annual Report

The 2018 CYFAR Annual Report features the programmatic activities, outcomes, and impacts of the Children Youth and Families At-Risk (CYFAR) Program in 2018.

RNECE Longitudinal Report

The RNECE longitudinal study included: 1) developing a tool that used retailer grocery purchase data to assess the overall quality of foods families purchased (as opposed to the foods they ate) in terms of ability to promote health; and 2) exploring how well the ASA24, an online diet assessment tool, worked to measure what women with low incomes ate and development of training for paraprofessional nutrition educators on how to use ASA24. See the final report for further details.

NIFA's Affirmative Action Plan

NIFA's affirmative action plan for persons with disabilities (PWD) and persons with targeted disabilities (PWTD), based on EEOC regulations (29 C.F.R. § 1614.203(e)) and MD-715.