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Farm to School Webinar series
15
Nov

Webinar: Can Schools Make Food Waste Reduction Go Viral?

Hosted on October 24, 2019 as part of Farm to School Month, this webinar explores qualities of ‘viral’ campaigns that may be applied to spark a youth movement to tackle food waste. Presented by Dr Tammara Soma, contributor on the 2019 Farm to School Month feature resource, Food Matters Action Toolkit. Available in English only. About the...
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10
Sep

École Abbey-Landry

École Abbey-Landry, Memramcook, New Brunswick 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Suite à l’obtention d’une bourse De la ferme à l’ecole, l’École Abbey-Landry en partenariat avec Semer dans la Vallée à mis sur pied un bar à salade. Il s’agit d’une opportunité pratique aux élèves de mettre en oeuvre leur savoir-faire de leurs cours culinaires pour créer...
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Canadian school kids' diet changes are 'definitely good news'
28
Aug

New Research: Dietary quality in Canadian Students is Improving 

Photo: Children at an elementary school in Toronto eat snacks in the cafeteria in 2004, the first year of the study. Since then, younger kids have continued to eat more nutritiously than teens. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press) Researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) have found that the diet quality of students (age 6 –...
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École Chavigny, Trois-Rivières, Québec
13
Aug

Le jardinage comme support éducatif

École Chavigny, Trois-Rivières, Québec 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) À l’école Chavigny, le projet De la ferme à l’école s’inscrit dans son large programme éducatif centré sur l’approvisionnement local, l’alimentation saine et la participation à la communauté. La première phase du programme a permis de développer les compétences relatives au système alimentaire des 1 200 élèves fréquentant...
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Sir Guy Carleton Secondary, Ottawa, ON
17
Jul

From Farm to Table, and back again – in 100 steps!

Sir Guy Carleton Secondary, Ottawa, ON 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Year one of our Farm to School salad bar adventure has come to a close, and what a phenomenal year it has been. By joining this amazing initiative, we have been able to take our existing foods and green industries programs and expand both to...
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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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06
Dec

SOYL: Empowering Youth to Grow Food and Themselves

This year, 5000 children and youth have grown good food AND themselves in Fresh Roots programs like SOYL, their youth-empowerment program. They are trying to raise $10,000 by December 31, 2018 to support even more young people, so please donate now at http://freshroots.ca/donate! Filmed and edited by Farzine Macrae of Macrae Multimedia (http://macraemultimedia.ca) From Fresh...
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The South Shore School Food Project
30
Oct

The South Shore School Food Project

We get an update on the South Shore School Food Project and find out how interactive learning opportunities with food can promote confidence in kids to try new things. The South Shore School Food Project We get an update on the South Shore School Food Project and find out how interactive learning opportunities with food...
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13
Sep

Reframing Healthy Food in Health Care Webinar

The question of what qualifies as “healthy” food is highly contested in health care and beyond. This conversation is alive and well in our leadership cohort, and we want to engage it publicly. At the Reframing Healthy Food in Heath Care webinar we brought together diverse perspectives from three thought-leaders to explore how hospitals and...
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