Iowa Nutrition Network
Who We Are
The Iowa Nutrition Network is a partnership of public agencies, private organizations, and communities dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles among all Iowans, particularly among low-income individuals and families. We believe that good food choices and physical activity are essential to maintaining and improving health. Primary funding for the Iowa Nutrition Network comes from the USDA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly Food Stamps) - SNAP.
To enhance nutrition education among Iowans through innovative partnerships that promote a healthful diet and lifelong physical activity.
Iowa Food Assistance
In Iowa, SNAP is known as Food Assistance. Iowa Food Assistance can help you buy nutritious food. Visit the website for more information.
NEW COVID-19 RESOURCE: To learn how Food Assistance is addressing food insecurity during the the COVID 19 pandemic, go to this page and scroll down to the Food Security section.
These impact reports summarize the Iowa Nutrition Network's most recent achievements in SNAP Education (SNAP-Ed).
Iowa Nutrition Network holds regular partnership meetings. You can find the meeting notes and presentation slides below.
April 27, 2020 Meeting
November 11, 2019 Meeting
July 22, 2019 Meeting
March 25, 2019 Meeting
July 30, 2018 Meeting
April 23, 2018 Meeting
March 1, 2018 Meeting
2016 and 2017 Meetings
You may use the "Contact Us" page to submit questions online.