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16
Jun

The Corny Tour at Covert Farms

SenPokChin Elementary School, Oliver, BC How to make your Farm to School Program more exciting than recess? Take your students to the great outdoor classroom for a food adventure! Recently, Sen Pok Chin students from Oliver, BC took part in The Corny Tour at Covert Farms Organics Family Estate. Students in grades kindergarten to grade...
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14
Jun

The Little School that ROARS

Sir Charles Tupper Secondary School, Vancouver, BC The Little School that ROARS – seriously, we do. Sir Charles Tupper Secondary in Vancouver, BC is a ‘small’ high school, grades 8-12, of about 1,000 students. Our mascot is a tiger and our code of conduct is Resobsibility, Ownership, Attitude, Respect and  Safety (R.O.A.R.S. ) which is taught,...
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14
Jun

Grandview Grows!

Uuqinak’uuh  Elementary School, Vancouver, BC Grandview / Uuqinak’uuh Elementary School is a very special place! This Inner city school in Vancouver, British Columbia is lucky to have a lovely, expansive green space with many large trees, and a well established school garden and our open longhouse structure provides an outdoor teaching space (interrupted by a...
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04
Jun

Embracing Food Literacy

Brocklehurst Middle School, Kamloops, BC What grew out of the Farm to School Salad Bar program at Brock Middle School in Kamloops, BC?  Food literacy momentum!  Central to that food literacy momentum? The establishment of a new Sustainability class.  Sustainability students donned critical thinking caps to assess and plan activities they might undertake within the...
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# **Looking for some inspiration while applying for your F2S Canada Grant?****There's PLENTY of inspiring stories on our grant page! Each of our grant schools has taken the farm to school approach and made it their own. **Riverview Middle School in NB was awarded a grant in 2018 and as a result of their Seed to Sub program, students: * Know how to grow and prepare their own food * Are eating better * Talk to their parents about healthy food * Are selling their produce to the school’s food service provider, raising funds for their school while learning valuable financial skills * Have reduced the school’s carbon footprint * Enjoy engaging with their towers – this is especially impactful among students with behaviour challenges and special needs**Start applying today and bring more local, healthy and sustainable food into your school!**Whole Kids Foundation #farm2school #schoolfood #localfood #handsonfoodliteracywww.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/our-work/farm-to-school-canada/farm-to-school-grants/ ... See MoreSee Less
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