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23
Jun

The Recipe for Local and Environmentally Responsible Food Procurement in Quebec Institutions

A TOOL TO ENCOURAGE QUEBEC INSTITUTIONS TO CHOOSE LOCAL AND ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE FOOD PROCUREMENT! Key Recipes for Local and Environmentally Responsible Food Procurement in Quebec Institutions’ is a practical tool to both inspire and equip institutional and food service directors and managers, chefs, teachers, educators, stakeholders, partners, and all other institutional food actors to adopt...
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Economic Impacts of Farm to School: Case Studies and Assessment Tools
28
Nov

Economic Impacts of Farm to School: Case Studies and Assessment Tools

National Farm to School Network & Colorado State University | September 29, 2017 Farm to school offers cross-sectoral benefits for children, farmers and communities, however, limited data is available to truly understand the economic impacts of farm to school procurement. Using a survey and case study approach, this report (a collaborative project of the National Farm to...
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Five Reasons Why You Should Celebrate Farm to School Month
26
Oct

Five Reasons Why You Should Celebrate Farm to School Month

Image: The purpose of Farm to School Month is to promote the importance of farm to school activities in helping to improve child nutrition, support local economies and connect children and communities with the source of their food.  October is a busy month for both our nation’s farms and our nation’s schools. Farmers are harvesting...
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02
Feb

Hamilton Tastebuds Student Nutrition Collaborative: Edible Education Guide

Tastebuds’ Edible Education Guide is for administrators, teachers and staff to have a one-stop shop for food literacy programming and resources that is available for their school, classroom or after-school program. Tastebuds’ Edible Education Guide offers food literacy programs that address curriculum requirements to all Hamilton schools, as well as resources around school gardens, nutrition...
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27
Nov

Everybody Eats: A Discussion Paper on Food Security in Newfoundland and Labrador

Food First NL, in partnership with the Newfoundland and Labrador Public Health Association (NLPHA), is incredibly excited to share the release of our discussion paper, Everybody Eats. This paper is the first step in a process to develop a provincial road-map for the future of food security in Newfoundland & Labrador. Accompanying this discussion paper is a discussion guide for...
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09
Jun

Farm to School New Brunswick Spring Gathering

Agenda: English: Connecting, Feasting, Celebrating, Dancing, Sharing, Reflecting, Creating, Mentoring, Planning, Problem solving, … French: rencontres, fête, célébration, danse, partage, réflexion, création, mentorat, planification, résolution de problème, … Farm to Cafeteria Minutes: May 21, 2015 English: Meeting Minutes English: Kelsey’s Notes Speaker Biographies: English: Speaker Biographies Participants List: English: Participants List French: Participants List Farm to School Evaluation Plan: English: Farm...
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# **McMurray Métis donate outdoor classrooms to Fort McMurray Catholic, public schools**> The donations include all-weather tents, podiums, heaters and benches. Designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn land-based education programming outdoors, Myers believes they were also a sign of cooperation between the community and the respective school boards.The school also features an **Indigenous healing garden where students can learn about traditional uses of the plants. **Principal Mark Dolmont said that the legacies of residential schools have also been incorporated into lesson plans.www.thestar.com/news/canada/2021/10/25/mcmurray-mtis-donate-outdoor-classrooms-to-fort-mcmurray-c...#farm2school #landbasedlearning #schoolgarden #indigenousfoodways ... See MoreSee Less
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