Partners in New Brunswick are working together for a brighter, healthier future for school children

All Smiles For Farm to School, Notre Dame Elementary School, Edmunston, NB / Petits visages souriants pour célébrer le Mois De la ferme à l’école, école élémentaire Notre-Dame, Edmundston, N.-B.

Photo: All Smiles for Farm to School, at Ecole Notre Dame. in Edmunston NB

New Brunswick (October 15, 2014) – This October as part of Canada’s first national Farm to School Month Campaign, the Heart and Stroke Foundation is announcing exciting school and after-school healthy local food initiatives in New Brunswick. Starting this fall, various partners across New Brunswick are working together to support important changes to school and after-school food environments – changes that shift policies and practices in a way that increases access to healthy local foods, learning about food and food skills.

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