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Stories from the Field

Collège Servite, Ayer’s Cliff, Québec
08
Aug

Le jardinage au coeur de l’apprentissage

Collège Servite, Ayer’s Cliff, Québec 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Au Collège Servite, le projet De la ferme à l’école s’inscrit dans la poursuite du programme de jardinage alimentaire et du changement de politique alimentaire amorcé en 2016. L’établissement a été porteur de plusieurs initiatives : un jardin scolaire entretenu par les élèves du comité jardinage, du...
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Ecole Antoinine-Maillet, Dieppe, NB
01
Aug

L’école Antonine-Maillet de Dieppe reçoit l’appui financier du programme « De la ferme à l’école Canada »

(Photo courtesy of www.csviamonde.ca) Ecole Antoinine-Maillet, Dieppe, NB 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Le 21 juin, l’école Antonine-Maillet, apprenait que la demande qui avait été soumise au programme De la ferme à l’école Canada plus tôt ce printemps avait été acceptée. L’école qui ouvrira ses portes en septembre prochain bénéficiera d’une subvention de 10 000 $ grâce au programme De...
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Lambton-Kent Composite School, Dresden, ON
01
Aug

Red Rocket Salad Bar becomes a ‘new tradition’ at Lambton-Kent Composite

Lambton-Kent Composite School, Dresden, ON 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Lambton-Kent Composite School is located in the historical town of Dresden, Ontario, a small community in Southwestern Ontario.  Situated on a treed campus, Lambton-Kent Composite School is home to approximately 295 students and staff.  We are an agricultural community and many of our students are connected...
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Salisbury Elementary school, Salisbury NB
31
Jul

Expanding Food Literacy Through Farm to School

Salisbury Elementary School, Salisbury, New Brunswick 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) The Farm to School grant to Salisbury Elementary school allowed us to expand our goals of providing food literacy to our students. Students brainstormed ideas around promoting our Salad Bar. They created posters, songs and digital pictures. They started a “buy 5 salads and get...
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École Clément-Cormier, Bouctouche, NB
30
Jul

Un projet De la ferme à l’école qui continue de grandir

École Clément-Cormier, Bouctouche, NB 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) C’est en 2013 que l’école Clément-Cormier prenait ses premiers pas au niveau du jardin communautaire. Plusieurs personnes et organismes ont contribué à l’avancement de ce projet qui a beaucoup évolué depuis ce temps. En 2014, l’école recevait sa première subvention de De la ferme à la cafétéria. Depuis,...
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Geary Elementary School, Geary NB
29
Jul

Learning About Science Through Salad Bar!

Geary Elementary School, Geary NB 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) This spring the Grade 2 students at Geary Elementary Community School took on a new and exciting challenge to produce our own greens using the grow tower.  Our goal was to produce vegetables to be used not only for our own class to experiment tasting, but...
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Sydenham High School, Sydenham, ON
26
Jul

Elementary and High School Work Together for Salad Bar Success!

Sydenham High School, Sydenham, ON 2018-2019 (Additional Story) Sydenham High School is in a rural setting yet holds about 700 students.  It was very fortunate to receive a beautiful new kitchen as part of a renovation a few years ago.  In collaboration with our neighbouring elementary school, Loughborough, we have been helping to provide local...
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Healthy eating success at Immaculate Heart of Mary Corner Brook, NL
24
Jul

Healthy Eating Success at Immaculate Heart of Mary

Immaculate Heart of Mary Elementary School, Corner Brook, NL 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Farm to School looks different in every school community because it’s built by the community, for the community. When developing a F2S initiative it’s important to consider the needs of the students it will serve, as well as practical considerations like the...
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Carleton Village Sports & Wellness Academy, Toronto ON
23
Jul

Teaching Wellness and a Healthy Lifestyle through a Farm to School Lens

Carleton Village Sports & Wellness Academy, Toronto ON 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) As a Sports & Wellness Academy, Carleton Village school in Toronto, has an enhanced curriculum and school wide commitment to student well-being and healthy living, making it an ideal fit for incorporating a Farm to School Approach.  Every student participates in experiential workshops...
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