How We Do It

Our Collaborators

Our team of nutrition educators works closely with collaborators to reach and engage SNAP participants with quality programming. We rely on such key collaborators as local Departments of Social Services, food pantries and soup kitchens, community health centers, schools, farmers’ markets and grocery stores to provide one or more of the following: space to teach, kitchen facilities for cooking, food supplies and staff to help recruit, schedule and sometimes co-facilitate nutrition education workshops. Their contributions are invaluable to making Finger Lakes Eat Smart NY successful in helping people make healthy food and physical activity decisions and increase access to both.

How to Become a Collaborator

If you are interested in becoming a Finger Lakes Eat Smart New York collaborator, please contact us using the form below.