Weber County Home, Family, Food & Finance
Weber County's Home, Family, Food and Finance goal is to enhance economic opportunities and quality of life among families and communities. We supports this goal by focusing on how individuals and families obtain and use resources such as money, time, human capital, material resources, and community services. We also focus on exploring the relationship between individuals and families and the larger economy as well as studying the impact of public issues, policies, and programs on family economic well-being.
Master Food Preserver
If you're interested in preserving your own food and learning the science behind food preservation, then it's time you become a Master Food Preserver! Our Master Food Preserver courses cover topics on: canning basics, drying foods, freezing foods, food safety, pickled foods, and more.
Learn how to thrive in a healthy relationship in every stage. Classes such as How to Avoid Falling in Love with a Jerk (or Jerk-ette) and Smart Dating Adventures are perfect for singles. While others such as Marriage Survival and Date Nights are perfect for committed couples.
Food $ense (SNAP-Ed)
Even the United States as the wealthiest nation in the world is home to many families who wonder where their next meal is coming from or how their food is going get their family through the entire month. The Food $ense Nutrition Education program aims to help those low-income families budget properly and get the best nutrition out of what they can afford.
EFNEP (Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program)
Designed to assist limited resource audiences in acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and changed-behavior necessary for nutritionally sound diets, and to contribute to their personal development and the improvement of the total family diet and nutritional well-being.
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