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F2S Grants
Regency Acres P.S.
2017-2018 (Year 2) Regency Acres P.S., Aurora, Ontario – York Region District School Board Regency Acres is a small school of 320 students. As we approach the end of year 2 of our grant, there is much to celebrate. This past school year, our school offered 20 salad days and served almost 2000 salads! This means...
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Whole Kids Foundation 2018 Report
A look at the early impact of the Farm to School Canada Grant Program Throughout Canada and the United States, a momentum of activity is taking place to get fresh healthy foods from nearby farms, lands, and waters into the minds and onto the plates of students. Sparked by motivation to improve student nutrition, food...
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New Brunswick Farm to School Guide
News Release For Immediate Release New funds and tools for New Brunswick schools to get more of the local harvest in the minds and on the plates of students. February 14, 2018 Fredericton NB – Farm to Cafeteria Canada and our partners – the New Brunswick Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture, and Fisheries, the Public Health...
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Helen Betty Osborne, Norway House, MB
Photo Credits: HBOIERC Photography Students HELEN BETTY OSBORNE ININIW EDUCATION RESOURCE CENTRE Norway House, Manitoba We first started gardening in our school during the 2016-17 school year. We purchased 60 Rubbermaid containers and placed them in an open area at the center of our school. Each class was assigned a bin and were responsible, during the...
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Call for Projects to Raise the Salad Bar in Newfoundland and Labrador’s Schools. St. John’s, NL – Food First NL, Farm to Cafeteria Canada, and the Whole Kids Foundation are launching a call for projects for schools that want to make student access to healthy, local and sustainable food a priority. Thanks to a new...
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Robert E Hall Community Secondary School, Caledon East, ON The whole Farm to Cafeteria concept is something that I, as a Chef and now hospitality teacher, was looking for when I arrived at Robert F Hall High School. This school, located in the rural community of Caledon East, was built some 20 years ago when...
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Templeton High School, Vancouver, BC After two years of planning, managing, and helping to build our school garden we have not been able to produce radical changes (yet?): the garden has not reversed the global warming effect, none of our students have enrolled in an environmental university program, nor have they planted gardens of their...
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Sutton District High School, Sutton, ON Sutton District High School is a rural school located on the southern shores of Lake Simcoe in Central Ontario. We have a student population of approx. 500 students who largely travel to school each day by bus. The community is surrounded by large agricultural plots but we are within...
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Evergreen Independent School, Cobblehill, BC Evergreen Independent School is located in Cobble Hill, BC, a small semi-rural community in the lush Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island. Home to 100 students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 7, Evergreen has a flourishing food literacy program that has recently been enhanced by the Farm to School grant received...
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Cardinal Leger Secondary School, Brampton ON Our Farm to Caf Story Bringing the Farm to our Cafeteria at Cardinal Leger Secondary School began when Ecosource helped us make a connection with a local farmer, Shannon Lee Stirling, from Albion Hills Community Farm. Shannon’s enthusiasm for sustainable practices inspired students to be a part of the...
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