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POURQUOI MANGER LOCAL
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Pourquoi Manger Local

De plus en plus de personnes s’intéressent de près à ce qui se trouvent dans leur assiette. Émissions, sites web, blogues, etc. se multiplient pour faire la lumière sur notre alimentation. Décider de privilégier les aliments locaux au quotidien présente de nombreux avantages, pour nous et pour ceux qui nous entourent. Consommer des produits locaux, c’est important...
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Winlaw Elementary School, Winlaw, BC
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Winlaw School Plants for Bees and Borscht

Winlaw Elementary School, Winlaw, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) Winlaw is a small town in the middle of the Slocan Valley in B.C.’s West Kootenay region.  As part of our Farm to School program, we have had our school garden for two years.  This fall, we were excited to see what grew over the summer.  We...
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ORGANIC VEGETABLES AT CHU SAINTE-JUSTINE
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Des Légumes Biologiques au CHU Sainte-Justine

Le Centre hospitalier universitaire Sainte-Justine fait un grand pas vers une offre alimentaire plus saine pour ses patients, ses visiteurs et les membres de son personnel. Délipapilles, le service alimentaire du CHU, s’approvisionne dès cet été avec des légumes biologiques locaux pour la préparation de ses repas. Grâce à une collaboration avec Équiterre, Délipapilles fait...
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Adventures in Horsefly

Horsefly Elementary School, Horsefly, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) In the middle of the Province of BC, about 45 minutes east of Williams Lake, in prime ranching and forestry country, surrounded by mountains, lakes and wildlife, one will find the thriving metropolis of Horsefly which includes one very friendly, family-based school, Horsefly Elementary/Junior Secondary. Our school,...
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Edward Milne Community School’s Farm to School Programs are Growing!

Edward Milne Community School, Sooke, BC Grades 9-12 660 Students, including 70 International Students and 118 of Indigenous Ancestry 2017-2018 (Year 2) At Edward Milne Community School, our students are serving up fresh, local veggies from our salad bar four days a week, 30 week of the year – that’s 2,000 salads served! When I...
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When the Farm Meets the School

Sk’aadGaa Naay Elementary School, Skidegate, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) I would like to acknowledge the unceeded territory of the Haida Nation for which I gather, farm and share local food from, Haawa. Venison sliders, fresh local greens, seasonal berries, and halibut soup with fried bread are just a few of the foods on our menu...
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Reynolds Farm In School Supports Salad Bar

 Reynolds Secondary School, Victoria, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) 1200 students Program Coordinator: Teacher, Heather Coey The first year of our salad program began in September 2010 after starting a food garden in our inner courtyard in 2008 in Victoria BC, Canada. The garden space was a diamond in the rough and has now flourished into...
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Huband Park Elementary’s Salad Bar

Huband Park Elementary School, Courtenay BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) Huband Park Elementary School in Courtenay BC is a rural school in a beautiful neighbourhood about 10 minutes north of town. Courtenay is a mid size city ½ way up Vancouver Island about 3 hours north of Victoria. Our school has 375 students in 17 divisions...
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Mile 108 Elementary School

Mile 108 Elementary School, 108 Mile Ranch, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) Mile 108 Elementary is a medium-sized elementary school in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. We have about 200 students at our school from grades K-7. We received the F2S grant 2 years ago and we are thrilled with where our school has gone with...
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A culture of local food at Rockheights
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A Culture of Local Food at Rockheights

Rockheights Middle School, Victoria, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) A bit about our school and location… We acknowledge that we are located on the unceded territory of the Songhees and Esquimalt First Nations. Our small school is located in Esquimalt, a small municipality in Victoria, British Columbia. It is situated in a quiet residential neighbourhood and is...
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# 🗞 📣 **YCRH Newsletter****The Young Canadians Roundtable on Health (YCRH) will be launching their newsletter in January 2022! **It will include information on current projects, events, and ways to get involved. It will also include volunteer and employment opportunities, healthy living and self-care tips, and much more! If you or anyone in your networks are interested in signing up, you can sign up at this link: sandboxproject.ca/about-the-ycrh by scrolling to the bottom of the page. #farm2school #newsletter #youth #health ... See MoreSee Less
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