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What is FNP?

The UF/IFAS Extension Family Nutrition Program (FNP) is SNAP-Ed (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education) in Franklin County.  It educates SNAP-eligible Franklin County residents, using evidence-based approaches, about eating healthier and being active on a budget.  FNP strives to decrease the risk of chronic disease and imporve the quality of life at every age.  

In addition to education, FNP provides community-based environmental approaches to increase food access and encourage healthier food choices.

UF IFAS Franklin County FNP offers programs for both adults and children.  For adults a variety of learning experiences for individuals and families are offered; such as, classes, money-saving grocery store tours, food demonstrations and taste tests.  For children, FNP has programs aligned with Florida Standards for education for grades Pre k - 12th.  Students learn through interactive lessons, physical activity, taste tests, science experiments and computer based learning.

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What We Can Help With

vegetable basketAgriculture

butterflyNatural Resources

4-H Children in a kitchen4-H Youth Development

Clipping plantsLawn & Garden

family at farmers marketFamily Resources

food safetyLearning Opportunities

Creating Partnerships

Community partnerships are vital to the FNP program and benefit everyone involved.

Franklin County FNP partners with:

  • Schools
  • Headstart
  • WIC
  • Adult Education and job training sites
  • Food pantries
  • SNAP Assistance
  • Public Housing
  • Grocery Stores
  • Libraries
  • Farmers markets