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Every parent knows it’s tough to get kids to eat their fruits and veggies, but what if fresh, nutritious snacks were provided at school? The Chatham-Kent Student Nutrition Program launched the area’s first Farm to School nutrition pilot program on March 31. Click here to see the full article Source: Chatham Daily News Journalist: Dan Taekema Date: May...
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Have you ever skipped breakfast or lunch during your work day and found yourself unable to concentrate? Or maybe you’ve made a bad food choice and find yourself jittery with caffeine or sugar? Perhaps you’re sluggish in the afternoon after eating a nutrient-deficient lunch or unable to resist the boardroom table proffering pastries and doughnuts. ...
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NEW BRUNSWICK – The New Brunswick government’s new buy local policy for meetings and events is a good step but could lead to future opportunities for food producers and companies, according to a Fredericton business owner. Click here to see the full article Source: CBC News Journalist: Daniel McHardie  Date: Jun 27, 2014
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The Benefits of Gardening and Food Growing for Health and Wellbeing
This review is designed to support decision making and to encourage health professionals to actively use gardening and food growing as part of the health care service provision. by Garden Organic and Sustain Gareth Davies, Maria Devereaux, Margi Lennartsson, Ulrich Schmutz and Sarah Williams Download a the full report here: The Benefits of Gardening and Food...
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Health Impact Assessment: HB 2800: Oregon Farm to School and School Garden Policy
A 2011 report evaluating the potential impacts of Oregon’s Farm to School Garden legislation. Download a the full report here: Health Impact Assessment
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Making the Case for Healthy, Freshly Prepared School Meals
A “toolbox” from the Center for Ecoliteracy presenting research from around the US, interviews with food service professionals, stakeholders and staff, and presentation material for “making the case” to school administration, key partners, teachers and parents. Download a the full report here: Making the Case for Healthy, Freshly Prepared School Meals
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Farm to Cafeteria Initiatives
This publication seeks to profile work underway in Native America to restore traditional food systems for children in tribal schools.  Download a the full report here: Farm to Cafeteria Initiatives
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Eating Our Peas and Carrots
An evaluation of Upper Midwest school district’s use of fruits and vegetables in K-12 settings and the nature of supply chains that currently provide produce. Download a the full report here: Eating Our Peas and Carrots
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Changing the way we think about feeding our kids
A review of a BC school’s successes and challenges of a Farm to School Salad Bar Pilot Project. Download a the full report here: Changing the way we think about feeding our kids
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Produce Availability in Remote Communities Initiative
The report highlights the challenges BC’s remote communities face in acquiring fresh, good quality produce and the BC government’s committed to addressing the challenges of making produce more available inthese remote communities. Download a the full report here: Produce Availability in Remote Communities Initiative: Final Report on Projects and Evaluation These technical appendices serve to support...
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What is Farm to School?
CDN Fact Sheet


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Farm to School: Canada Digs in!
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Farm to School: Canada Digs In

Farm to School: Canada Digs in!
CDN Storybook


New Brunswick Farm to School Guide

New Brunswick Farm to School Guide


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A New Crunch in School Lunch: BC Farm to School Salad Bar Guide.
BC Toolkit


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Tools From The Shed: Practical resources to operationalize your program
BC toolkit designed to accompany A New Crunch in School Lunch:  The BC  Farm to School Guide


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Farm to School Frequently Asked Food Safety Questions: BC Guidelines


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