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December 12, 2014
Schools Use Creative Approaches to Serve Local Foods (And to Get Kids to Eat Them)
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Schools Use Creative Approaches to Serve Local Foods (And to Get Kids to Eat Them)

Serving locally grown food is a big trend in school cafeterias, but it can seem out-of-reach for some food-service programs, particularly those in small, rural schools. To ease the path for those schools, and to encourage innovations that others can adopt, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm to School program awards planning and implementation grants...
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Gleaning Handbook
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Gleaning Handbook

Harvesting leftover crops after the commercial harvest Find out how the practice of gleaning could be used to incorporate local, healthy food into the school system. Gleaning can be a great source of affordable food, experiential learning and a way to reduce food waste Gleaning is defined as harvesting leftover crops from a farmers’ field...
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