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11
Mar

Webinar: Lessons from a Food Literacy Learning Process

Hosted on: March 5th, from 3.15pm – 4.00pm PST. – Delivered only in English, Vancouver BC In this webinar, Edible Education teacher Brent Mansfield shares stories and lessons learned from efforts at Lord Roberts Elementary School in Vancouver to bring together hands-on food literacy learning, and increase students’ access to healthy, local food. The webinar features...
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21
Jun

Local Food Literacy in Schools: Q&A from Ontario

Photo: Burlington Public Library, “Edible Library” In December 2017 Sustain Ontario released its Local Food Literacy in Schools: Frequently Asked Questions Guide to share ideas and useful resources with school champions who are bringing local food literacy into their classrooms.  Since the release of the guide we have shared each of the 10 FAQs as a...
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New Brunswick Farm to School Guide
04
Dec

New Brunswick Farm to School Guide

This beautifully illustrated step by step guide, available in both official languages, was designed specifically to support school communities and the local food supply sector in their efforts to advance Farm to School in New Brunswick. While the guide was developed with NB in mind, it draws upon the latest, most innovative approaches and tools...
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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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Farm to School: Canada Digs In
03
Dec

Farm to Cafeteria Canada – Proud to lead the national Farm to School movement

This storybook provides an overview of the Farm to School movement in Canada. Stories from across the country are featured, showcasing the diverse models and players, and highlighting the reasons why so many people are drawn to this approach. It is intended as a resource for school champions, food system advocates, policy makers, funders, and...
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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

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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Farm to Cafeteria Canada Factsheet
15
Aug

Farm to Cafeteria Canada Fact Sheets

They’re here! Our five national fact sheets are complete and ready for your viewing. Take some time to learn about our wonderful program and how you can start your very own project. Just don’t forget to send us pictures!   What is Farm to Cafeteria Canada? Quelle est de la ferme à la cafétéria Canada?...
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06
Jan

Ontario Public Institutions and On-Site Food Production

Visualizing the Future for Health Care For three years, Project SOIL has used case studies, pilot projects and visioning sessions to investigate the viability of on-site food production at public institutions, through collaborative arrangements with local food producers. Over that time, interest in food production on public land has continued to grow, with schools and universities,...
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