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26
Apr

Students at Fairview Community School grow their own food!

Fairview Community School, Nanaimo, BC Grant term 2020-2022 Students at Fairview Community School, in Nanaimo, have just completed their 2nd round of celebration salads where they were able to eat local foods in their classrooms. Students grow their own seedlings for the school garden and harvest the microgreens for their own locally-sourced, personal salads. They...
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26
Nov

Webinar recap: Guide for applicants: 2022 Farm to School Canada Grants

Applications are now open for the 2022 Farm to School Canada Grants! Offered in partnership with Whole Kids Foundation and delivered directly to schools, Farm to School Canada Grants are valued at up to $10,000 each and are designed to bring more healthy, local foods into school communities. They support hands-on food literacy, including growing,...
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Walter E. Harris Public School Students are Growing Food! 

02
Dec

Walter E. Harris Public School Students are Growing Food!

Walter E. Harris Public School, Oshawa, ON Last year, our school received a seed grant of $1,500 from Farm to Cafeteria Canada. Immediately, this money was put to good use, as our Garden Club and Grade 3 students began growing sprouts for consumption during the cold winter months. With this infusion of cash, we bought...
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Farm to Cafeteria Canada, Farm to School Canada, Farm to School, Farm to School Conference
12
Jun

Recap and Highlights In-Brief: 2019 National Farm to School Conference

From May 15-17, 2019, Farm to Cafeteria Canada and the Public Health Association of BC co-hosted the National Farm to School Conference.  This event set out to illuminate the activity underway in this country to bring more of the local harvest into school classrooms and cafeterias, to celebrate the tapestry of programs connecting children to...
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FoodProtectionVitaltoBusiness_Mar2010
30
Nov

Food Protection – Vital to Your Business

Food protection is a very important part of your business. Illnesses related to food cost British Columbians millions of dollars in health care expenses, lost wages, workers’ compensation claims, and legal fees every year. You can help prevent some of these illnesses and liabilities by running a safe and sanitary food business. Besides protecting the...
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Farm to Cafeteria Canada Factsheet
15
Aug

Farm to Cafeteria Canada Fact Sheets

They’re here! Our five national fact sheets are complete and ready for your viewing. Take some time to learn about our wonderful program and how you can start your very own project. Just don’t forget to send us pictures!   What is Farm to Cafeteria Canada? Quelle est de la ferme à la cafétéria Canada?...
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10
Aug

Farm to School Month Canada 2015 Photo Gallery

Canada’s second National Farm to School Month campaign  reveals a kaleidoscope of activity that is varied and beautiful to behold. From St John’s Newfoundland to Vancouver British Columbia  teachers, parents, chefs, farmers  and others have sent in their illustrations illuminating  fresh and innovative ways to get more healthy and local foods into young minds and tummies at school....
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SCOTT GRAHAM
27
Jun

F2CC’s own Scott Graham Helps Schools and Institutions Gain Access to Local Produce

Are you curious about who is at the helm of Farm to Cafeteria Canada? This candid interview with Scott Graham by Tracy Giesz, originally posted in www.capturequeue.com, provides some lovely insights! Scott is the Associate Executive Director of the Social Planning and Research Council, (F2CC’s fiscal sponsor Agency) and he is a member of F2CC’s Leadership Council. Tracy...
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08
Oct

Local food partnership will serve healthier school meals

CBC News, August 27th. 2013 The Francophone South school district and a co-operative of farmers in southeastern New Brunswick are joining together to put more local food on the menu in school cafeterias this year. Really Local Harvest, a co-operative of 28 farms in southeastern New Brunswick, and the school district have created a new non-profit...
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# **Les Petite Pousses!****Birchwood Elementary in Saint-Lazare, Québec **started their garden and “Nutritower” program, Les Petite Pousses, after receiving a Farm to School Canada grant in 2020. After sending us an update last year, they also created a beautiful video to share with us what they had accomplished and to hear from the students about why they love their new program!👀 **Watch their video here: **https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UILuQy2OePs📖 **Read their farm to school story here:** www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/2021/09/a-beautiful-garden-to-support-hands-on-learning-and-curricul...Équiterre #farm2school #localfood #schoolfood #schoolgarden #handsonlearning #foodliteracy ... See MoreSee Less
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We have posted the last of the videos in the **Teaching the Curriculum through Food** series with Growing Chefs! Ontario!Watch: 1. **[Strategies for Cooking and Preparing Food in the Classroom ](youtu.be/nZWwGIWy03s)**(13 mins) explores strategies for preparing food right in the classroom.1. **[Resource: Working with cooking tools in your classroom ](youtu.be/fDcH2jGEwMM)**(4 mins) explains and demonstrates some of the ways students can gain confidence in using cooking tools.***...and so many more!*** What a great resource for teachers who want to bring #localfood and #foodliteracy into their classrooms. 🙌www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/2021/10/teaching-the-curriculum-through-food/#farm2school #schoolfood #handsonlearning ... See MoreSee Less
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