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16
Jan

Farm To Cafeteria Canada Offering $10,000 Grants. Should Your School Apply?

When I first heard about Farm to Cafeteria Canada grants I immediately asked if they wanted to write a guest post explaining how they work. Happily Carolyn Webb, the Coordinator of Sustain Ontario’s Edible Education Network, was able to do so. – Yoni Freedhoff, www.weightymatters.ca Check out this quote from NorKam Senior Secondary in Kamploops, BC, “This...
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Iqaluit high school cooks up free-lunch program
04
Jan

Iqaluit High School Cooks up Free-lunch Program

Photo: Students line up for lunch at Iqaluit’s Inuksuk High School on Dec. 7. The new accessible lunch program is making healthy food a priority for students. (PHOTOS BY BETH BROWN) School-grown veggies featured in free meals to help feed hungry students Students at Inuksuk High School aren’t just eating their greens; they’re growing them, too....
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A Fresh Crunch in School Lunch: BC's Farm to School Salad Bar Guide
04
Dec

A Fresh Crunch in School Lunch: BC’s Farm to School Salad Bar Guide, 2nd edition

In 2012, The Public Health Association of BC (PHABC) and their many partners wanted to see more children, more schools, more farms, and more communities enjoy the benefits of a Farm to School Salad bar Program. Thus, this guide was developed to support communities in their Farm to School endeavours. It provides practical information, tips,...
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1st Edition: A Fresh Crunch in School Lunch: BC's Farm to School Salad Bar Guide
04
Dec

A Fresh Crunch in School Lunch: BC’s Farm to School Salad Bar Guide, 1st edition

In 2012, the Public Health Association of BC (PHABC) and their many partners wanted to see more children, schools, farms, and communities enjoy the benefits of a Farm to School Salad Bar Program. Thus, the guide provides practical information, tips, and tools for developing a local program that complies with provincial and federal health regulations...
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Celebrating the impact of Nourishing School Communities
28
Nov

Nourishing School Communities

Nourishing School Communities brought together partners from across Canada with the vision to get more healthy and local foods into the minds and onto the plates of school children. The objective of this evidence-based initiative was to implement, scale up and evaluate best practices by guiding school communities to create healthy school food environments. With...
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St. Dominic Elementary School, Oakville, ON
06
Nov

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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Forest Grove Elementary, Burnaby, BC
19
Oct

Forest Grove Elementary

Farm to Cafeteria Canada – Grant Report from Forest Grove Elementary – Spring Event Forest Grove Elementary in Burnaby, BC was the grant recipient of $1,500 from Farm to Cafeteria Canada in 2016 where funds used needed to connect students to local food producers (gardeners, farmers, chefs, bakers or cheese makers etc.) On June 6,...
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MP Julie Dabrusin, Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor, CPHO Dr. Theresa Tam,  Kim Herrington from Whole Kids Foundation,  and Joanne Bays from F2CC planting a tree at Norman Johnston Alternate School to celebrate Just Dig In.
17
Oct

Farm to Cafeteria Canada News, October 2017, Issue 7

In this Issue: Canada Digs into Farm to School: Major Funding Announcement Farm to School Month CANADA 2017 and Farm to School: Canada Digs In! Initiative Farm to School Grant Program: First 50 Recipients Share Their Stories Local food on the public plate: Pan Canadian Initiatives The Legacy Lives on: Nourishing School Communities: Impact Report...
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School greenhouse launched in St. John’s!
16
Oct

School Greenhouse Launched in St. John’s!

Article by Food First NL, provincial F2CC lead in Newfoundland and Labrador for Farm to School St. Bonaventure’s College in St. John’s, NL was a recipient of the Farm to School Month prize in 2016 for $1500. With those funds, along with matching funds from school donors, students and volunteers recently built the school a...
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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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# **📚🌿 Resources for Land-Based Learning***Resources that helps us connect with land-based learning practices and fosters a relationship with food in order to understand how we sustain ourselves.***🎬 Guardians of Tariuq: **School children in Apex, Nunavut worked with local artists Josh Qaumariaq ‏and Vinnie Karetak to write a song about protecting marine life in Canada’s Eastern Arctic. Their music video celebrates the ancient, fragile species of corals and sponges found off the coasts of Nunavut and Labrador, and highlights the importance of these creatures for other Arctic species, including humans.📍Nunavutwww.youtube.com/watch?v=4HLU5C_08ow🔎Check out the other resources on our list!www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/land-based-learning-resources-list/#farm2school #farmtoschoolmonth #landbasedlearning #resources #handsonlearning ... See MoreSee Less
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Our lovely friends and funder @wholekidsfoundation getting some garden grant gratitude! 👏🥰Earlier this fall, we announced that we are granting a record-breaking 1,000 garden grants and we're so excited to see schools and nonprofits celebrate the good news! ... See MoreSee Less
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