Eating healthy can seem daunting. 

Colorado State University's classes and resources help make eating nutritious food more accessible. 

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Food Smart Colorado - Nutrition Information and Recipes

Nutrition, food safety, and health resources from CSU Extension. 

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Colorado State University Extension Fact Sheets on Nutrition, Food Safety, and Health

People young and old are more concerned about current nutrition and health information. Extension resources aimed at helping you become better informed about healthy food, food safety and health are just a click away. Topics include: Foodborne Illness, Food Preparation, Food Preservation, Food Safety & Local Foods, Food Storage, High Risk & Special Audiences, High Altitude Preparation and Nutrition & Health.

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Live Smart Colorado

Blog by the Family & Consumer Science Agents and Specialists that encourages lifelong physical, financial and emotional health and well-being to Coloradans.

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High Altitude Food Preparation

The Partnership for Food Safety Education develops and promotes effective education programs to reduce foodborne illness risk for consumers.

Our food safety messages for consumers are rooted in science. We convene scientific and communications experts to develop concise, actionable food safety educational materials.

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We do not have any classes at this time. Check back soon.

EFNEP - Colorado State University Extension

EFNEP is a federally funded nutrition education program that teaches low-income adults and youth how to make healthy food choices,be physically active, stretch their food dollars, and keep foods safe to eat. 

In Colorado, EFNEP is located in the Extension County offices in Larimer, Arapahoe, Denver, Pueblo, Weld, and the San Luis Valley.

EFNEP is administered by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture(NIFA) and by Colorado State University Extension, in the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.

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