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Stories from the Field

21
Jun

Farm to School is Spreading its Roots in Canada…

… with 33 new schools across the country! Announcing the latest Farm to School Canada grant recipients Farm to Cafeteria Canada (F2CC) and the Whole Kids Foundation (WKF) are thrilled to announce 33 successful recipients from the 2018 round of Farm to School Canada grants.  Each of these schools will receive up to $10,000 each!...
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Save the Date F2S Conference 2019
21
Jun

Join us in Victoria, BC for our National Farm to School Conference!

SAVE THE DATE: May 16 & 17, 2019 We invite you to join us on Canada’s West Coast, in beautiful Victoria, BC – the traditional territory of the L’kwungen speaking people from the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and the SENĆOŦEN speaking people of the W̱SÁNEĆ Nations. This conference will gather over 450 expected participants from across the continent...
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21
Jun

Local Food Literacy in Schools: Q&A from Ontario

Photo: Burlington Public Library, “Edible Library” In December 2017 Sustain Ontario released its Local Food Literacy in Schools: Frequently Asked Questions Guide to share ideas and useful resources with school champions who are bringing local food literacy into their classrooms.  Since the release of the guide we have shared each of the 10 FAQs as a...
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Farm to School: Canada Digs In
21
Jun

Farm to School Impact Continues to Grow in Canada

…with 33 More Schools to Receive Grants For Immediate Release Vancouver, June 21, 2018 – Farm to Cafeteria Canada (F2CC) and Whole Kids Foundation (WKF) are thrilled to announce that a second round of Farm to School Canada grants, valued at up to $10,000 each, will be delivered to 33 schools across British Columbia, Ontario,...
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21
Jun

The growing local food movement in South Eastern New Brunswick schools

Le Réseau des cafétérias communautaires and the source of the growing local food movement in South Eastern New Brunswick schools. In 2009, Rachel Schofield Martin could no longer stand seeing children at her school being fed processed or frozen foods. The Bouctouche, New Brunswick educator set herself a goal: abolish the contract between the school...
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21
Jun

A Journey Through Farm to School Diversity in BC 

14 SCHOOLS, GARDENS, AND SALAD BARS AND A 4,000 KM TRIP Here in British Columbia, the month of May consisted of our two regional animators travelling the province to visit 14 of the 29 schools in BC that received a Farm to School (F2S) Salad Bar grant in 2016. With all of the schools now...
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Good Food Challenge
21
Jun

Celebrating Good Food on Canada’s Campuses

At Meal Exchange, we have spent the past two years working with more than 200 students, experts, researchers, food producers, and community leaders to design the Good Food Challenge, a national effort to mobilize the power of students to create campus food systems that are nourishing for producers, consumers, communities, and the planet. As a...
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Ontario F2S Salad Bar Promotion Contest
06
Jun

Sharing the Ontario F2S Salad Bar Promotion Contest Entries!

From April 17 – May 15 2018, Farm to Cafeteria Canada ran a trial contest and invited Ontario elementary and secondary schools to submit advertising posters and social media blasts created by students, for students, that encourage students to participate in their school’s Farm to School salad bar program. Thank you to College Heights Secondary School (in...
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04
Jun

Huband Park Elementary’s Salad Bar

2017-2018 (Year 2) Huband Park Elementary School, Courtenay BC 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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