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Stories from the Field

Clarenville Middle School, Clarenville NL
08
Jul

Salad Bar launch is a hit with middle-school students on the east coast of Newfoundland

Clarenville Middle School, Clarenville NL 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Our grand opening for the Farm to School initiative was a resounding success!  As a means to expose children to a wide variety of healthy eating choices, we offered free subs to all students who were interested. We offered a grilled chicken sub, and students lined...
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Mark R Isfeld, Courtenay, BC
05
Jul

Mark R Isfeld Salad Bar Program Launch

Mark R. Isfeld Secondary, Comox Valley, BC 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Students at Mark R. Isfeld Secondary in the Comox Valley were in for a refreshing change to their regular lunch hour. The school’s salad bar program officially launched Thursday, 21 February, 2019. Watch their video report:
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Tahayghen Elementary, Masset BC
04
Jul

Experiencing salad bar through the lens of a parent volunteer

Tahayghen Elementary, Masset BC 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Tahayghen Elementary School is one of 5 in on Haida Gwaii that have embraced Local Food to School through Salad Bars. Thank you to School Principal, Verena Gibbs, for sharing this story from a parent volunteer: I remember walking into the PAC meeting — so  much PAC...
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Joanne Bays
25
Jun

Reflections about Canada’s first National Farm to School Conference

An interview with Joanne Bays, National Director, Farm to Cafeteria Canada  In May, nearly 300 leaders from across North America gathered in Victoria BC to take part in Canada’s first National Farm to School Conference – an event designed to illuminate and inspire activity to get more local healthy foods in the minds and on the plates of students....
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Media Release: Government, Grocers, and Grassroots Invest in Canada’s Farm to School Program
16
May

Media Release: Government, Grocers, and Grassroots Invest in Canada’s Farm to School Program

VANCOUVER, BC, May 16, 2019 Farm to Cafeteria Canada announces new partners and new investments to scale-up the largest federally supported multi-sector national school food program in Canada. By 2020, more than $5.0 M will be invested by the public and the private sector to advance Farm to School: Canada Digs in (F2SCDI) – an...
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Food Matters Action Kit
02
May

Food Matters Action Kit

Join the Youth Movement to Prevent Food Waste, Protect Our Environment and Help Save the Planet Montreal, 11 April 2019—Youth can make a positive difference to prevent food waste, from small initiatives at home to more ambitious efforts that involve the whole community, by using the Commission for Environmental Cooperation’s (CEC) new Food Matters Action...
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NL Learning Lab Guide_EN
01
May

Farm to School Learning Circles

This guide provides an introduction to the use of Learning Circles as a means of furthering Farm to School (F2S) efforts across Canada. It is primarily intended for use by local and regional F2S Coordinators to support their work to increase the availability of healthy, local, and sustainable food to children and youth. However, anyone...
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29
Apr

Earth Day Salad Bar at Huband Elementary

“I am so pleased to say that our “Earth Day” whole school salad bar was a HUGE success.” – Shannon Simpson CNP, BHK, TRP, CPT, Whole Health Family Wellness
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16
Apr

Cast your vote for the 2019 Michelle Lessard Award!

Read on for more information about the award, and the nominees. Voting will be open until Tuesday April 30th at 11:59 pm (PST). Cast your vote now! The winner will be announced at the 2019 National Farm to School Conference. What is the Michelle Lessard award? Farm to Cafeteria Canada (F2CC) will present the Michelle Lessard Award to a...
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