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Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program


National 2014 Impact report

National 2012 EFNEP Impact Report

Kansas 2014 EFNEP Annual Report

EFNEP Brochure


Sandy Procter, Ph.D., R.D., L.D.
EFNEP Coordinator and Extension Specialist, Maternal and Child Nutrition
204 Justin Hall, Manhattan, KS
(785) 532-1675; FAX: (785) 532-1674

Judy Speer
EFNEP Graphic Designer
347 Justin Hall, Manhattan, KS
(785) 532-5616; FAX: (785) 532-1674


EFNEP helps young families and youth with limited resources—those most at risk to suffer from hunger, food insecurity and the inability to connect with available support systems.  EFNEP offers practical lessons in basic nutrition, food preparation, food budget management and food safety in settings convenient for the participants.