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Partnering to bring healthy, local and sustainable food into public institutions.
Learn how farm to school is impacting public health, students’ education and learning, and more!

This video explores the impacts of farm to school through the lens of one passionate Farm to School Canada Grant recipient, Primrose Elementary School in Mulmur, Ontario.

Farm to Cafeteria Canada’s

School
Food Map

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CANADIAN SCHOOLS:

1244

CANADIAN STUDENTS:

885349

SCHOOL GARDENS:

587

SCHOOLS COOKING:

384

EST. SPENT ON LOCAL FOOD/YR

$16,355,075

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