Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chautauqua County - Family & Consumer Science Program

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Family & Consumer Science Staff

Patricia Hammond, Issue Leader

(716) 366-3150, Ext. 234

pah94@cornell.edu

Debra Felton, WIC Coordinator

(716) 366-3150, Ext. 228

dmf225@cornell.edu

Lucia Conti, FCS Administrative Assistant

(716) 664-9502, Ext. 217

lpc33@cornell.edu

FCS Nutrition Educators:

(716) 664-9502, Ext. 217

Rebecca Damcott-Davis

rld29@cornell.edu

Tanya Eggleston

tle39@cornell.edu

JoAnn Perez

jmp445@cornell.edu

WIC: Dunkirk

326 Central Avenue

(716) 366-3150

WIC: Jamestown

200 Harrison St., Second Floor

(716) 484-6001


 



Eat Well. Be Active. Get Fit. Stay Healthy.

Bringing Health & Nutrition Education to Chautauqua County

Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Family & Consumer Science programming provides nutrition, food safety, food security and food resource management education at community events, workshops and group meetings.


Useful Links

How to Apply for SNAP: the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
How to Apply for WIC: the Women, Infants and Children Supplememental Nutrition Assistance Program
USDA Recipe Finder
Recipes and Nutrition tips at "Choose My Plate"
Look up nutrition infomation or compare over 8,000 foods at "Food-A-Pedia"
Get a personalized nutrition and physical activity plan at the USDA "Super Tracker"
Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010
Food Safety Information at "Fight Bac!"
Safe Home Food Preservation Methods from "Let's Preserve"
Grow a Healthier You at "Know Your Farmer"
The Cost of Food: USDA Food Plans
Cost of Raising a Child Calculator

Food Preservation: Recommended Resources

Canning Fruits & Vegetables 2011.pdf


Handy Reference for Canning Vegetables 2011.pdf


Handy Reference for Canning Fruits 2011.pdf


Freezing Fruits & Vegetables 2011.pdf


Handy Reference for Freezing Vegetables 2011.pdf


Handy Reference for Freezing Fruit 2011.pdf


Handy Reference for Drying Vegetables & Herbs 2011.pdf


Handy Reference for Drying Fruits 2011.pdf


Handy Reference for Drying Meats 2011.pdf


FDA Approximate pH Of Food-phs.pdf


2013 HOME FOOD PRESERVATION RESOURCES.pdf


Eat Smart New York Newsletter

ESNY Newsletter February 2012.pub
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ESNY Newsletter March 2012.pub


ESNY Newsletter April 2012.pub


ESNY Newsletter May 2012.pub


ESNY Newsletter June 2012.pub


ESNY Newsletter July 2012.pub


ESNY Newsletter August 2012.pub


ESNY Newsletter September 2012.pub


ESNY Newsletter October 2012.pub


ESNY Newsletter November 2012.pub


ESNY Newsletter Dec_2012.pub
ESNY Newsletter December 2012.pub

ESNY Newsletter Jan_2013.pub
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ESNY Newsletter February 2013.pub

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ESNY_Newsletter_May_2013.pub


ESNY_Newsletter_June_2013.pub


ESNY_Newsletter_July 2013.pub


ESNY_Newsletter_August_2013.pub


ESNY_Newsletter_September_2013.pub
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ESNY_Newsletter_October_2013.pub
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ESNY_Newsletter_November_2013.pub
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ESNY_Newsletter_December_2013.pub
ESNY_Newsletter_December_2013.pub

ESNY_Newsletter_January_2014.pub


ESNY_Newsletter_February_2014.pub


ESNY is an educational program available to SNAP recipients and other income-eligible residents. ESNY is a program provided by Cornell Cooperative Extension of ChautauquaCounty in partnership with the Chautauqua County Department of Social Services, funded by USDA’s SNAP Program. This institution provides equal program and employment opportunities. Eat Smart New York is a free nutrition education program available to SNAP recipients and SNAP eligible. To screen for SNAP benefit eligibility or to apply online for SNAP benefits, please visit https://www.mybenefits.ny.gov/


Check out the ESNY Western Region Nutrition Facebook Page!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eat-Smart-NY-Western-Region/171911076167301


Make Half Your Plate Fruits and Vegetables!

According to the Center for Disease Control, a growing body of research shows that fruits and vegetables are critical to promoting good health. To get the amount that's recommended, most people need to increase the amount of fruits and vegetables they eat every day.

 


Living Smart Newsletter

Living Smart Newsletter - July 2009.pub


Smart Living Newspaper Article links

Be An Informed Consumer - post-journal.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Jamestown | Post-Journal
Are We Just Too Sweet? - post-journal.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Jamestown | Post-Journal
Plan Some Healthier And Happier Holidays - post-journal.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Jamestown | Post-Journal
Fresh choices - ObserverToday.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Dunkirk | The Observer
An education on school lunches - ObserverToday.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Dunkirk | The Observer
Turn Off The Heat! - post-journal.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Jamestown | Post-Journal
Get grilling - ObserverToday.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Dunkirk | The Observer
Avoid pouring on the pounds this summer - ObserverToday.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Dunkirk | The Observer
Eat local at home: grow your own - ObserverToday.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Dunkirk | The Observer
Shake Out The Chill — Move Into Spring! - post-journal.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - Jamestown | Post-Journal
Eat greener during National Nutrition Month
Dispelling diabetes myths
Be smart about your health — consult the experts
Resolve to keep your resolve
Smart Holiday Spending
Getting Physical
Saving For Success
What's On Your Plate?
How Sweet It Is
Expanding Waistlines
Fresh Herbs: Creating Healthy Flavors
It's Easy To Reduce Food Poisoning Risk
We Be Jammin'
A Luscious Lunch To Go
Treats Don't Have To Be Candy
Lets Talk Turkey

Learn How to Eat Well, Eat Local, Eat Together at the Eat3 Website:

http://eat3.org/

Eat3: Eat Well, Eat Local and Eat Together Article Links

There Is Still Time To Celebrate American Heart Month
Eat well, eat local and eat together this holiday season
Onions Have A ‘Layered History’ In New York
‘Take Root’ With Carrots

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