Although the LSU AgCenter PSE Quick Reference guide was originally developed for LSU AgCenter Extension agents and educators to use when exploring which PSE (policy, systems, and environmental) interventions are suitable for their communities and allowable with funding from their grant or program, this guide can serve as a useful resource for other Extension programs, heath-focus organizations, and private citizens interested in implementing PSE changes. This is not an exhaustive document, so there may be opportunities that are not listed in this guide. Download the LSU AgCenter PSE Quick Reference Guide here!
SNAP-Ed teaches SNAP recipients and other limited resource audiences how to make healthy food choices with a limited budget. Through SNAP-Ed, people can learn how to lead healthy lifestyles, prepare nutritious and affordable meals, and build healthier communities. Learn more about SNAP-Ed programs, recipes and resources.
EFNEP helps limited resource audiences develop skills to make healthier choices that will lead to healthier diets. Using a hands on approach, EFNEP focuses on food related practices to help participants achieve personal and family wellness. Find more information about EFNEP programs and resources.
The Farm to School Program provides fun and educational resources for Louisiana students, parents, and teachers to learn about agriculture and nutrition at school and at home. Farm to School enriches the connection communities have with fresh, healthy food and local food producers by changing food purchasing and education practices at schools and preschools. Learn more about farm to school in Louisiana.
The LSU AgCenter Food Safety website provides information on emerging food safety issues, programs, tools, and resources for everyone involved in the food supply chain from producers to consumers. Learn more about food safety on the LSU AgCenter Food Safety website.
The LSU AgCenter offers a variety of resources to help individuals manage chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity, osteoporosis, and cardiovascular disease. Find publications, articles, and resources on chronic disease management.
The LSU AgCenter Cooperative Extension Service has offices in all 64 parishes in the state. Extension agents and educators provide online and in-person classes, programs, workshops, publications, and resources to educate the public on a variety of topics including nutrition and health. Find your family and consumer sciences agent to learn more about healthy eating and active living.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture