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Salad Bars and Raw Vegetables: Healthy Eating in Quebec Schools!
06
Oct

Salad Bars and Raw Vegetables: Healthy Eating in Quebec Schools!

Published on 18 Sept. 2017 INVITATION TO A WEBINAR As part of a national project with the Farm to Cafeteria Canada network, Équiterre is inviting teachers, food service managers and school stakeholders to attend a free webinar on Wednesday, October 11 from 3 pm to 4 pm . The objective of the project is to increase the...
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Sustain Ontario
06
Sep

Growing Local Food Literacy – Webinar Recap

By Carolyn Webb, Sustain Ontario As the 4th in our free Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools webinar series, this webinar – Growing Local Food Literacy – will focus on how to teach local food literacy while engaging students in developing gardening skills in various educational settings. Packed with hands-on tips and resources, our speakers from Ecosource (Region of Peel), Growing...
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Sustain Ontario
06
Sep

Cooking Up Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools – Webinar Recap

By Carolyn Webb, Sustain Ontario The recorded webinar and presentation slides from our Cooking Up Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools are now available! This webinar was the third in our Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools webinar series.  Recorded on March 22, 2017, this webinar focused on how to teach local food literacy while engaging students in preparing...
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Sustain Ontario
06
Sep

Eating for Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools – Webinar Recap

By Carolyn Webb, Sustain Ontario The recorded webinar and presentation slides from our Eating for Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools are now available! This webinar was the second in our Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools webinar series.  Recorded on February 22, 2017, this webinar focused on how to use school meals (including cafeteria lunches, hot meal days,...
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Sustain Ontario
06
Sep

Teaching Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools – Webinar Recap

By Carolyn Webb, Sustain Ontario Did you miss our Teaching Local Food Literacy webinar? It’s not too late! The recorded webinar and presentation slides are now available for you to view. This webinar was the first in our Local Food Literacy in Ontario Schools webinar series.  Recorded on November 30, 2016, this webinar provides tangible lessons for...
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Webinar: The role of policy in changing the menu for school food in Canada
11
Mar

Webinar: The role of policy in changing the menu for school food in Canada

Date: March 23, 2016     Time: 1:00–2:00 (EST – Eastern Time) Sign Up for Webinar Continuing the conversations from the Changing the Menu National School Food Conference, this webinar is an opportunity to continue to work together to change the menu for school food in Canada. This webinar session will provide an opportunity to learn about:...
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Farm to School Salad Bar Webinar Final Feb 18
10
Mar

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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Webinar: Say Yes! To A Garden In Every School
12
Feb

Webinar: Say Yes! To A Garden In Every School

Are you thinking of digging in a new garden in the spring, or looking for ideas on how to expand your impact? Are you dealing with some challenges with garden design, summer care and connections to school curriculum? Be sure to join the Ontario Edible Education Network for this exciting discussion on School Food Gardens. Sunday...
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Youth Out on the Land and Sea: A New Teleconference Series from FSN
10
Feb

Webinar Part 2: Youth Out on the Land and Sea: A New Teleconference Series from FSN

Join FSN for this two-part teleconference series about programs that are bringing young people back in touch with the land and the sea. Programs which connect youth to their natural environment and food heritage can help improve their physical, emotional, and social resilience. In turn, this affects community connectedness and community wellbeing. To register for...
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