Health & Nutrition

Nutrition Education Programs

 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed)

What is SNAP-Ed?
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education is a free nutrition education program that helps individuals build knowledge and skills in nutrition and food preparation.
SNAP-Ed helps individuals make healthy food choices within a limited budget and choose active lifestyles consistent with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and Food Guidance System (

Learn about these topics 
  • Quick & Easy Meals
  • Budgeting Your Food Dollar
  • Eating Right & Light
  • Menu Planning  
  • Keeping Food Safe
  • Healthy Snacks
  • ... and much more! 

  Dining With Diabetes

Dining with Diabetes is a five-session course designed for people at risk of diabetes or who have diabetes, as well as their family members.  Get the Class Flyer here.
Through this class you will learn:

  • How to prepare healthy meals using less fat.
  • How to make meals using less sodium and sugar without reducing flavor and enjoyment.
  • The causes of diabetes.
  • Tools for managing diabetes.
  • The importance of diet and exercise in managing diabetes.

You will also have the opportunity to sample a variety of healthy foods and take home recipes so that you can make them yourself.
Class Dates:  May 30, June 6, 13, 20 from 1-3 pm  *5th session Sept. 26
Location: MSU Extension Lenawee County, 1040 S. Winter St., Adrian
Cost: $35 per person; $15 for 2nd person sharing materials
To register call Melissa at 517-264-5315.  Or register online at