New Brunswick Farm to School Guide

News Release: A Fresh Crunch in School Lunch

News Release For Immediate Release New funds and tools for New Brunswick schools to get more of the local harvest in the minds and on the plates of students. February 14, 2018 Fredericton NB – Farm to Cafeteria Canada and our partners – the New Brunswick Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture, and Fisheries, the Public Health...
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Raising the Salad Bar! Farm to School Canada Grant Program 2018 Press Releases

Call for Projects to Raise the Salad Bar in Newfoundland and Labrador’s Schools. St. John’s, NL – Food First NL, Farm to Cafeteria Canada, and the Whole Kids Foundation are launching a call for projects for schools that want to make student access to healthy, local and sustainable food a priority. Thanks to a new...
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St. Dominic Elementary School, Oakville, ON

Whole Kids Foundation and Farm to Cafeteria Canada Announce Largest Federally Supported Multi-sector Investment in National School Food Program

Photo: St. Dominic Elementary School, Oakville, ON More than $3.1 million to be invested in children’s nutrition Friday, November 3, 2017 – 8:00am NEWSROOM: Whole Foods Market Foundations CAMPAIGN: Whole Kids Foundation® CONTENT: Press Release VANCOUVER, BC, November 3, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Whole Kids Foundation and Farm to Cafeteria Canada announce the largest federally supported multi-sector investment...
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A First in Quebec

Fundraising Campaigns Offering Local, Organic Vegetables in Schools! Montreal, November 17, 2016 – Two Montreal schools have chosen to innovate this year by launching a new type of fundraising activity for their projects. Thanks to the project Schools Take Root: For Healthy, Local and Sustainable Food, these schools are giving youngsters and their parents a...
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Farm to School Salad Bar Webinar Final Feb 18

Farm to School Salad Bar Webinar: Applying for the National Farm to School Grant Program

Applying for the National Farm to School Grant Program? Watch this Farm to School salad bar webinar! Webinar Materials: Recipe for Success: Learn how St. Bonaventure’s College in Newfoundland started their Farm to School salad bar Information session on the National Farm to School Grant Program: Joanne Bays, National Manager Farm to Cafeteria Canada Farm...
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Farm to Cafeteria Canada Partners With Whole Kids Foundation to Put a Local Crunch in Student’s Lunch With Farm to School Grants

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 13, 2015 A new grant program will deliver $500,000 to schools in British Columbia and Ontario to get more healthy local foods on the minds, on the plates, and in the mouths of students. Montreal, QC – Speaking to a crowd of 400 school food change-makers in Montreal at Changing the Menu Canada’s First...
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Whole Kids Foundation Canadian School Garden Grants

At Whole Kids Foundation, we believe that if you give kids good choices, they will make good choices. And if you help them plant a seed, it will ignite in them a curiosity for fresh food for a lifetime. Stated simply: if kids grow food, they are more likely to eat it. That is why we support school...
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The Government of BC is providing a one-time contribution to help BC’s agricultural and agri-products sector increase local presence and consumption of BC agrifoods by expanding or launching their own marketing campaigns. Under the Buy Local Program, businesses and organizations can apply for matching funding (i.e., applicants are required to contribute 50% of the total cost...
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Grants are available to engage Canadians in building a society that is inclusive, sustainable and resilient. See available grants here.
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