Author: Rachel Otter

Wellness Matters! March & April 2019

CWN’s monthly eNewsletter, Wellness Matters! March Issue 41 | April Issue 42 In March’s issue, we welcome our newest team member, Emilie McClintic, as a Research Associate; highlight the California State Nutrition Action Committee’s Farmers Market Initiative second year; a USDA proposed rule; and, a healthy recipe of the month to… Read more »

Wellness Matters! February 2019

Wellness Matters! newsletter has a new look and feel! Plus, we announce our new Communications Project Manager, Amber Martin. Check out February’s newsletter, Wellness Matters!, for important updates from our partners including our newest resource, the State Nutrition Action Council Toolkit. Don’t forget to sign-up for the newsletter on our… Read more »

Wellness Matters! January 2019

“What’s new in 2019?” you ask. Well, there’s a lot going on at Center for Wellness and Nutrition (CWN)! Check out January’s newsletter, Wellness Matters!, for important updates including our newest employee, Camille Johnson-Arthur. You’ll also learn about CWN’s new brand and the Move Your Way in 2019 campaign. Don’t forget… Read more »

The SNAC Toolkit is Here!

Check out the State Nutrition Action Council (SNAC) Toolkit! You can find the complete toolkit in our Resources section of Our Work as well as the webinar recording in the Events section. The webinar offers an overview of the SNAC Toolkit, which provides an in-depth guide for states establishing cross-program partnerships and… Read more »

The Center for Wellness and Nutrition was Awarded the Southeast SNAP-Ed Learning Community Grant

The Center for Wellness and Nutrition (Center) has formed a partnership with the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) in the Southeast Region of the United States to support agencies implementing the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed). The states participating in this project include: Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South… Read more »

Placer County Get Fresh! Grant Awarded to the Center for Wellness and Nutrition

The Center for Wellness and Nutrition is pleased to have partnered with Placer County Health and Human Services to compete and be awarded the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed) Get Fresh! Grant through the California Department of Social Services. This award will provide nutrition education to CalWORKs and CalFresh clients,…

Sharon Sugerman Recognized by USDA for Her Contributions to SNAP-Ed

Sharon Sugerman, Director of Research and Evaluation for the Center for Wellness and Nutrition, was the recipient of an award honoring her contributions to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed) program from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Western Regional Office at a SNAP-Ed Forum held in Sacramento, CA… Read more »