Cooperative Extension offers free cooking and nutrition workshops for families, individuals, youth, and seniors. These free, interactive workshops are held throughout Jefferson County, as well as virtually right from your home through Zoom. For new moms, we also offer breastfeeding classes and support.
For Families and Adults:
Classes are taught to groups and individuals at various community sites or individual homes. Our Nutrition Educators continually strive to help you recognize the value of good food and nutrition and make food safety habit forming! Workshops are usually 45-60 minutes long, but can be customized to meet your needs
Learn about the following topics through one-on-one support or in group classes:
We offer a variety of interactive programming at area schools, libraries, community centers and more to create positive youth development experiences around trying new foods and developing healthy life skills. Classes and workshops are tailored to specific age and grade levels. Learn more about nutrition education for youth.
In our cooking and nutrition workshops, you will learn about:
Call our office at 315-788-8450 to find out more about upcoming classes that might be the best and most convenient for you! You may also fill out our online Referral Form, or download a paper copy of our Referral Form, and we will contact you about upcoming opportunities.
Last updated August 5, 2022