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2015-2016  Better Living for Texans Objectives and Curriculum

Objective 1: After completing a SNAP Ed program series, 25% of participants will increase physical activity.

Objective 3: After completion of a SNAP Ed program series, 25% of participants will report an increase in their fruit and/or vegetable consumption.

Objective 4: After completion of a SNAP Ed program series, 25% of participants will adopt one or more food resource management skills such as meal planning, comparison shopping, or shopping from a list.

Objective 5: After completing a SNAP-Ed program series, 25% of participants will improve one or more food safety behaviors.

Objective 6: Through collaborations and partnerships with local organizations, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service SNAP-Ed program will improve increase access to healthy foods (primarily fruits and vegetables) in 6 south Texas counties.

Curriculum (What will we be teaching in BLT for the fiscal 16 year beginning October 1)

In an effort to document BLT outcomes (which should be focused on behavioral change), we will be using the following curricula for the upcoming program year. (See below.) These curricula were chosen because they match the goals/objectives of SNAP-Ed at the state and federal level and because they have evaluation instruments that allow us to capture program impacts.

  1. Walk Across Texas (Walk and Talk)
  2. Back to Basics (revised edition)
  3. Learn, Grow, Eat Go (for counties trained in November 2014)

As part of our environmental approach to increasing access to vegetables and fruits, 6 Counties will be conducting the Growing and Nourishing Healthy Communities community garden program.

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  2. blt says:

    Thank you for visiting our website. All of the information provided by Better Living for Texans is reviewed or researched by Ph.D level nutritionists from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Please feel free to ask questions. We look forward to serving you.

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