Welcome to our Food and Nutrition pages! Cornell Cooperative Extension offers free or low-cost educational workshops, applied research projects, and lots of useful information on food-related topics from food safety and nutrition to healthy eating on a limited budget. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit our offices to learn more.
Clinton County Nutrition Educators will be offering a series of nutrition lessons via Facebook, beginning April 1 st. These lessons offer great tips and activities, as well as a forum to ask questions and share with other participants regarding health and nutrition. This series is for parents and other child care providers (day care staff, babysitters, grandparents, etc.). This series is offered through a private Facebook group, so if you are interested please reach out to Kari email@example.com, or Jordy firstname.lastname@example.org, or message us through the Facebook page “Nutrition Educators of CCE Clinton County” to join!
The Nutrition Educators of CCE Clinton County have created a group, The Morning Dish for parents to come and talk about food and healthy choices during this time of social distancing. They will be featuring a once a week live video lesson and will be sharing ideas on snacks, physical fitness your whole family can get involved in and much more. Please join them and share the group with a friend.
Our Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) helps families with limited incomes learn to prepare healthier meals on a budget. Call today to learn more about our free programs!
There's a surprise -- squash! -- in this delicious and creamy macaroni & cheese recipe from Cooking Matters. Visit our "Recipes" page for this recipe and more!
Many food containers have expiration dates, but what do they mean? Are foods safe to eat after the date has passed? Learn more here.
What you drink is as important as what you eat. Many beverages contain added sugars and few nutrients. Here are 10 Tips to help you make better drink choices.
Enjoy harvest fresh flavor and save money too, by safely canning, freezing and drying fresh foods. Find extension resources here on these topics.
Last updated March 31, 2020