Community Nutrition Classes

Knowing how to make the most of the food that’s available is an important part of the food security equation. MFC offers nutrition/cooking classes at local schools, libraries and community centers that use fun, hands-on methods to teach healthy cooking, shopping on a budget and food preparation. Click the icons below to learn more about each of the classes offered and how to sign up!

Meet the Team

Bailey Ludwig

Bailey Ludwig

Nutrition Program Manager
About Bailey
Bailey Ludwig joined MFC as a Nutrition Program Specialist in July of 2018, and transitioned to the Nutrition Program Manager position in 2020. She is from Highlands Ranch, CO but her family has a second home in Grand County, so she’s been visiting since she was a child! Her family still lives in the Denver area, inlcuding her dog, Champ. Bailey’s hobbies include cooking, hiking, camping, swimming and photography. 
Bailey graduated from Colorado State University in May of 2018 with a degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition. She enjoyed her nutritional work with the Larimer County Food Bank, as well as with an Early Childhood learning center in Fort Collins, and loves working with the Grand County community! Bailey leads our nutrition and cooking programs at local schools and childcare centers. bailey@mountainfamilycenter.org.
Lindsay Robinson

Lindsay Robinson

Health and Nutrition Coordinator

Lindsay joined the MFC team as a Life Skills Coordinator in January of 2020. Originally from Aurora, Lindsay graduated Cum Laude with a degree in Human Nutrition and Food Science from Colorado State University in 2018. After teaching English in Israel for a year and working on a food truck in Arkansas, she made the move up to the mountains. As Life Skills Coordinator, Lindsay lead MFC’s Impact Study; working 1-on-1 with clients to assess and improve the organization’s programs and services. Transitioning to the Health and Nutrition Coordinator position in April of 2021, Lindsay helps plan and teach cooking and food education classes, and helps individuals and families find the resources they need to improve their nutrition and wellness. Lindsay brings unique insight to the position, having worked with the national “No Kid Hungry” program as well as volunteering with at-risk youth and food banks along the Front Range. What she loves most about her job is “the chance to watch the community grow and the opportunity to work with an amazing team”. When not at work, you can find Lindsay participating in her favorite hobbies: running, dancing, creating, art and traveling!