FDPIR NutritionTalk ListservFDPIR NutritionTalk Listserv
FDPIR is a Federal program that provides commodity foods to low-income households, including the elderly, living on Indian reservations, and to Native American families residing in designated areas near reservations. It is administered at the Federal level by the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) and locally by either Indian Tribal Organizations (ITOs) or an agency of a State government.
FDPIR NutritionTalk Listserv plays a role in promoting open communication and exchange of information between tribal communities, USDA, and other agencies and organizations that provide diverse nutrition education, materials, resources, and health-related services to participants in the FDPIR.
Who Can Join the FDPIR NutritionTalk List?
Subscribers to the FDPIR NutritionTalk Listserv must meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Work in some capacity for FDPIR.
- Coordinate, develop, or provide food, food safety, health, or nutrition education to Native Americans, particularly those participating in FDPIR.
- Represent an organization that addresses Native American health and nutrition issues.
- Conduct research focusing on food, nutrition, food safety, and/or health issues for Native Americans.
FDPIR Listserv subscription form
OMB NO.: 0518-0036
EXPIRATION DATE: 2/29/16