Food and Families Nutrition and Physical Activity Programs
SDSU Extension strives to connect the research and unbiased nutrition and physical activity information and programs with the people of South Dakota, our region and across the nation.
SDSU Extension provides training, technical assistance and additional programming resources throughout South Dakota focusing on nutrition, physical activity, family meals and food preparation. Focused programs such as the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - Education (SNAP-Ed) provide outreach to educate individuals of all ages on the importance of making healthier food choices and how best to provide when resources are limited.
Are you or someone you know on a limited budget and in need of FREE basic nutrition education? Do you need to learn basic cooking skills and resource management skills?
If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about how to receive information on nutrition education from the South Dakota State University Nutrition Education Program, please contact the SDSU Extension.
SDSU Extension offers a service to consumers to assist in answering questions and locating information related to consumer issues and needs within the home and family.
The toll free number for South Dakotans to call is 1-888-393-6336.