2016 Food & Families Impact Reports Back »

SDSU Extension Food & Families programs provide resources that strengthen family and community well-being, and contribute significantly to the overall effectiveness of the national work done by Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) Extension. Our staff members are “Growing South Dakota” by supporting community health at the policy, system, and environmental levels, strengthening individual knowledge and behavior change in a variety of areas such as food safety, gerontology, financial education, physical activity, nutrition, and working to foster quality of life by employing health in all policies. The program impacts described on this page provide a thorough picture of learning community and programmatic efforts provided by SDSU Extension Food & Families staff across South Dakota, further summarizing our 2016 accomplishments and their impact on our state, communities, families, and citizens.

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