Project Fresh is an educational program offered in partnership with the mid-Michigan District Health Department and the Michigan Department of Agriculture. Eligible participants receive coupons to purchase locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables at participating Farmers' Markets. The program is free of charge. Children over the age of one who are eligible for WIC, Pregnant woman, and mother who are breast feeding are eligible for project fresh.
For more information contact Roxanne White at (989) 224-5238 or email@example.com
Food Safety & Preservation
Staff are able to answer questions regarding:
- What to do when your refrigerator stops working
- Safe preservation of produce
- General food Safety questions
Contact: Joyce McGarry-Ingham County at (517) 887-4587 with your questions.
The Snap-Ed Program is designed to help families:
- Stretch their food dollars
- Improve shopping skills
- Make nutritious, low cost meals
- Promote better health
Programs are offered in homes or small groups and there is no charge to eligible families. This program is available to families who are eligible for or are receiving food stamps.
For more information or to schedule classes contact Snap-Ed instructor Roxanne White at (989) 224-5238 or firstname.lastname@example.org