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26
Nov

Récapitulation du webinaire : Préparation d’une demande : 2022 les bourses De la ferme à l’école

Les demandes sont maintenant ouvertes pour les bourses 2022 De la ferme à l’école Canada ! En partenariat avec la Whole Kids Foundation et versées directement aux écoles, les bourses De la ferme à l’école Canada, d’une valeur maximale de 10 000 $ chacune, visent à accroître la présence d’aliments sains et locaux dans les...
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Walter E. Harris Public School Students are Growing Food! 

02
Déc

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
12
Juin

Récapitulation et faits saillants en bref: Conférence nationale De la ferme à l’école 2019

Du 15 au 17 mai 2019, De la ferme à la cafétéria Canada et la Public Health Association of BC ont coanimé la Conférence nationale De la ferme à lécole. Cette rencontre avait pour but d’illuminer les activités en cours au pays pour instaurer une alimentation locale dans les classes et cafétérias scolaires, de célébrer...
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29
Mar

Cinq avantages des jardins scolaires

La FAO considère que les écoles constituent un contexte idéal pour apporter un soutien à la nutrition et au développement des enfants et des jeunes. Les écoles permettent de sensibiliser les enfants à un âge auquel ils acquièrent des habitudes alimentaires et sanitaires. Elles influencent également les familles, la communauté scolaire et peuvent constituer un...
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Local Foods to School: Reconnecting the children of Haida Gwaii to their land and their food.
01
Déc

Foods From the Islands: Changing the Way We Feed Our Kids

A beautiful 8-minute documentary sharing how the people of Haida Gwaii have come together through a Learning Circle to transform the systems that feed their kids. This video showcases the efforts of the Haida Gwaii Local Foods to School initiatives that are bringing local foods and traditions into schools by connecting students and staff with...
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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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Feuillets d’information De la ferme à la cafétéria
 Canada
15
Août

Feuillets d’information F2CC

Ils se trouvent ici! Nos cinq feuillets d’information nationaux sont complets et prêts à consulter. Prenez un moment pour en apprendre davantage sur notre merveilleux programme et sur la façon de démarrer un projet bien à vous. Surtout, n’oubliez pas de nous envoyer des photos!   What is Farm to Cafeteria Canada? Quelle est de...
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10
Août

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
Juin

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

UNE INITIATIVE LOCALE POUR LES ÉCOLES DU SUD-EST (N.-B.)

MARC-SAMUEL LAROCQUE, L’ÉTOILE, 2013-09-05 15h28 Julien Robichaud, directeur du Réseau des Cafétérias communautaires et Mathieu D’Astous, directeur de la Récole de chez-nous. Photo Marc-Samuel Larocque, L’Étoile Tout au long de l’année, les jeunes du District scolaire francophone Sud auront droit à des produits locaux dans les cafétérias d’une vingtaine d’écoles. Le Réseau des cafétérias communautaires, qui...
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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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