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Farm to School New Brunswick Spring Gathering

Agenda:

English: Connecting, Feasting, Celebrating, Dancing, Sharing, Reflecting, Creating, Mentoring, Planning, Problem solving, …

French: rencontres, fête, célébration, danse, partage, réflexion, création, mentorat, planification, résolution de problème, …


Farm to Cafeteria Minutes: May 21, 2015

English: Meeting Minutes

English: Kelsey’s Notes


Speaker Biographies:

English: Speaker Biographies


Participants List:

English: Participants List

French: Participants List


Farm to School Evaluation Plan:

English: Farm to School Evaluation Plan

French: Plan d’évaluation du programme De la Ferme à l’école

Building our case for support: Evaluation Discussion


KTE Summary Report – Farm to School NB Spring Gathering 

English: KTE Summary Report


School Powerpoint Presentations:


Bernice McNaughton

Salisbury Elementary
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Salisbury Elementary
centreville

Centreville Community School
lariviere

École LaRivière
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Clement-Cormier

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

rcc

Le Réseau des Cafétérias Communautaires Inc.

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