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08
Sep

Fostering a Sense of Belonging, Creativity, Collaboration and Learning Among Students

Pavillon au Millénaire, La Baie, Québec 169 students 2020-2022 (Grant Year 2) Le Millénaire, a building that is a part of the Médéric-Gravel school, which opened in 2017 and is located in La Baie in the Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean region, is committed to educating its 169 students about current environmental and technological issues. Growing food ...
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17
Aug

Advancing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals through Farm to School

Food Secure Canada has released a discussion paper on how school food programs can help advance Canada’s commitment to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In doing so, the paper captures how farm to school programs can advance the SDGs and targets.  The SDGs were launched in 2015 as the “blueprint to achieve a...
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12
Aug

State Farm to School Policy Handbook: 2002-2020

Our neighbours to the south, National Farm to School Network, and the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems at Vermont Law School are pleased to announce the release of the updated State Farm to School Policy Handbook: 2002-2020! The Handbook summarizes and analyzes all 546 farm to school bills and resolutions introduced between 2002 and 2020 from the 50...
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23
Jul

West Ferris Gets Packing and Provides Take Home Garden Kits During Covid

West Ferris Intermediate and Secondary School, North Bay, Ontario Grades 7-12 2020-2021 (Grant Year 1) Seed Grant Recipient West Ferris Intermediate and Secondary School, located in North Bay Ontario and has 325 intermediate and 684 secondary students. In February 2021, West Ferris recognized 50 years of education and community connection, and in March, they were...
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06
Jul

Sk’elep Food Sovereignty Program Feeds Evacuees

Sk’elep School is one of our 2020 salad bar grant recipients and part of a learning circle from fall 2019- spring 2021. PRESS RELEASE – Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc, July 6, 2021 Q’wemtsin Health Society (QHS) and Sk’elep School of Excellence have been working in partnership on a food sovereignty program and are thrilled to be...
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23
Jun

The Recipe for Local and Environmentally Responsible Food Procurement in Quebec Institutions

A TOOL TO ENCOURAGE QUEBEC INSTITUTIONS TO CHOOSE LOCAL AND ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE FOOD PROCUREMENT! Key Recipes for Local and Environmentally Responsible Food Procurement in Quebec Institutions’ is a practical tool to both inspire and equip institutional and food service directors and managers, chefs, teachers, educators, stakeholders, partners, and all other institutional food actors to adopt...
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23
Jun

Heritage Public School – Connecting Kids During Covid

Heritage Public School, Navan, Ontario 267 students, grades JK-8 2020-2021 (Grant Year 1) When we received our F2S Grant in October 2020, Heritage Public School’s staff, students and local community were elated at the idea of bringing fresh, local foods and food literacy programming into the classroom. The plan for the 2020-21 school year included...
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09
Jun

Traditional Foods and Indigenous Recipes in B.C.’s Public Institutions

This report, prepared by Queenswood Consulting Group for the Government of British Columbia, was developed to support the government’s objective to increase the use of B.C. foods, improve the patient food experience in health care, and efforts to increase access to traditional foods and Indigenous recipes in public institutions. Traditional Foods and Indigenous Recipes in...
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08
Jun

Webinar Recap – Sea to School

Sea to School is a term used to describe programs that procure local sustainable seafood for schools and promote ocean literacy. These programs take many forms, from serving local seafood in school lunches, to taking students on field trips to local fishing docks, to incorporating ocean-based curriculum in classrooms. However, in North America, Sea to...
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08
Jun

Webinar Recap – The Three sisters: history, culture and ways of growing

Please note: a recording of this webinar is not available. The following provides a recap of what was shared. In this webinar, hosted in collaboration with our partners at the Public Health Association of BC, Elder Lix Lopez explained the ways of growing squash, beans, and corn, along with his story of coming to Vancouver,...
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# **McMurray Métis donate outdoor classrooms to Fort McMurray Catholic, public schools**> The donations include all-weather tents, podiums, heaters and benches. Designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn land-based education programming outdoors, Myers believes they were also a sign of cooperation between the community and the respective school boards.The school also features an **Indigenous healing garden where students can learn about traditional uses of the plants. **Principal Mark Dolmont said that the legacies of residential schools have also been incorporated into lesson plans.www.thestar.com/news/canada/2021/10/25/mcmurray-mtis-donate-outdoor-classrooms-to-fort-mcmurray-c...#farm2school #landbasedlearning #schoolgarden #indigenousfoodways ... See MoreSee Less
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