Find health resources in Davis County.
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As a locally owned retailer, Fresh Market is committed to offering value through exceptional service, quality, and freshness.Our promise is to exceed your expectations by combining the best customer service with the freshest foods. Fresh Market is locally owned and we support local suppliers. When you shop here your money stays here. Our team is committed to buying the freshest foods and bringing them to you for a great price.
Smith's offers thousands of quality food and household products from your favorite brands and companies.
Smith's offers thousands of quality food and household products from your favorite brands and companies
All of the stores in our worldwide Wal-Mart family remain committed to one mission: saving people money so they can live better. In each of the markets where we operate, we work to leverage our strengths as a global company while meeting the local needs of customers and communities around the world.
The Food $ense website has information on meal planning, cooking, and nutrition. Food $ense (SNAP-Ed) also provides nutrition education to SNAP recipients and food stamp eligibles. Food Sense (SNAP-Ed) offers a variety of classes to expand participants’ knowledge of nutrition, budgeting, cooking, food safety, and physical activity. These hands-on classes are taught by Nutrition Education Assistants (NEAs), who are trained through the National Nutrition Paraprofessional Certification Program, created by Food Sense (SNAP-Ed) of Utah.
EFNEP is designed to assist limited-resource audiences in acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and changed behavior necessary for nutritionally sound diets, and to contribute to their personal development and the improvement of the total family diet and nutritional well-being. We provide free nutrition lessons to families and youth in Davis County to help improve their quality of life by learning:Basic concepts of food and nutritionBuying skillsMeal planningFood safetyFood Resource management
Have you always wanted to learn more about gardening? Do you want to help the community with your gardening knowledge? Now is your chance! Master Gardeners attend 40 hours of class lecture and give back to the community by providing at least 40 hours of community service. They learn through classroom lectures, reading course materials, completing a worksheet from the class each week, giving hand-on service, and participating opportunities to instruct others in the community.Areas of training: Basic Botany Soils and Fertilizers Irrigation Fruits and Vegetables Trees, Shrubs and Flowers Weed Science Entomology Integrated Pest Management Turfgrass Landscape Design Plant Pest Diagnostics
Utah's Oasis of Hope. Sharing and caring for the hungry, hurting and hope-seeking. Counseling, food pantry, quality of life education and training. Services are free or by donation only. Serves residents ages 18 and older.
*Davis County has made the resources on this page available as a community service. Listing the resources on this page does not imply an endorsement by Davis County.
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