Nutrition Education Resources

Healthy eating and physical activity habits can lead to optimal development, wellness and more active and healthier lifestyles. A variety of resources are now available to help us make healthier choices at home, school, work, and in the community!

Local Nutrition Education Sessions

Learn about fruits and vegetables, healthy foods and beverages, active living and obesity prevention through nutrition education sessions. To find out more about the sessions, please contact Yoliviviana Sanchez at (442) 265-1385 or

Harvest of the Month!

Access tools and resources through Harvest of the Month! These tools and resources feature support healthy eating and daily physical activity, and be used in early care, schools, retail food stores, farmers’ markets, health clinics, food banks, worksites, farmers’ markets, Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) programs, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) offices, farm-to-fork programs and other venues. Find out more about Harvest of the Month

Online Nutrition and Physical Activity Resources: