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2024 Farm Bill Resources

June 13, 2024

ASNNA’s Letter to Members of Congress Agriculture Committee

March, 2024

Federal Register Comments for Toolkit Submission

February, 2024

ASNNA Public Policy Comments, 2-13-2024

April, 2023

Farm Bill Explained

February, 2023

2023 ASNNA SNAP-Ed Works

July 15, 2022

White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition & Health Recommendations

May 16, 2022

Federal Register Comments for the Dietary Guidelines for Americans

January 12, 2022

SNAP-Ed Congressional Briefing

March 5, 2021

ASNNA Recommendations about Flexibilities Needed by SNAP-Ed Providers

The goal of SNAP-Ed is to reach as many as possible of the 87 million income-eligible people by offering  evidence-based, multi-level interventions in as many ways and locations as possible, building on and  complementing other USDA programs, especially SNAP, and working toward long-term solutions in  partnership with other organizations. The following changes in the SNAP-Ed Guidance will reduce administrative barriers and enable SNAP-Ed State Implementing Agencies (SIAs) to provide more robust programming that reaches more people, more efficiently.

February 1, 2021

Recommendations for Implementing the
Nutrition Education and Obesity 
Prevention Grant Program (SNAP-ED) Provisions of the 2018 Farm Bill

A POSITION PAPER OF THE
ASSOCIATION OF SNAP NUTRITION
EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS (ASNNA)

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