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October 6, 2017
MP Julie Dabrusin, Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor, CPHO Dr. Theresa Tam,  Kim Herrington from Whole Kids Foundation,  and Joanne Bays from F2CC planting a tree at Norman Johnston Alternate School to celebrate Just Dig In.
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2017 Farm to School Month Canada Photo Gallery

Canada’s Minister of Health Digs in to Launch Farm to School Month Canada and a New panCanadian Farm to School Initiative Norman Johnston Alternative School, Glouchester, Ontario. Subjects in Photo (left to right): Julie Dabrosin,  MP Toronto-Danforth, Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Canada’s Minister of Heaith, Dr Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, Kim Herrington, Program Director, Whole Kids...
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Salad Bars and Raw Vegetables: Healthy Eating in Quebec Schools!
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Salad Bars and Raw Vegetables: Healthy Eating in Quebec Schools!

Published on 18 Sept. 2017 INVITATION TO A WEBINAR As part of a national project with the Farm to Cafeteria Canada network, Équiterre is inviting teachers, food service managers and school stakeholders to attend a free webinar on Wednesday, October 11 from 3 pm to 4 pm . The objective of the project is to increase the...
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## A new resource developed by Native Farm to School and First Nations Development InstituteThe ***Native Farm to School Guide: Connecting Traditional Foods, Stories, Language, and Community*** focuses on what food sovereignty can look like inside community education and school systems.It identifies best practices, lessons learned, biggest challenges and case studies of successful programs. **Download the guide here 👉 tinyurl.com/3e2pp6rb****#farm2school #nativefarm2school #indigenous #indigenousfoodsovereignty #indigenousfoodways** ... See MoreSee Less
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Who knew building a root cellar could be this simple?You really don't need anything elaborate to successfully store winter vegetables. We built our Root Cellar entirely with materials that were close at hand. Cedar logs form the walls and ceiling. A repurposed pool liner covers the roof. Soil from a landscaping project was used to enclose the whole structure. Twenty bags of leaves provide insulation around the doorway which is a surplus piece of galvanized metal lath purposed to keep out critters. In spring the leaves get turned into the soil to grow more vegetables. ... See MoreSee Less
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What is Farm to School?
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Farm to School: Canada Digs in!
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Farm to School: Canada Digs in!
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New Brunswick Farm to School Guide

New Brunswick Farm to School Guide


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A New Crunch in School Lunch: BC Farm to School Salad Bar Guide.
BC Toolkit


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Tools From The Shed: Practical resources to operationalize your program
BC toolkit designed to accompany A New Crunch in School Lunch:  The BC  Farm to School Guide


F2S salad bars take root in New Brunswick

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Farm to School Frequently Asked Food Safety Questions: BC Guidelines


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What is Farm to School?
F2CC Fact Sheets


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Farm to School: Canada Digs In
F2CC Video


Farm to School: Canada Digs In

Farm to School: Canada Digs In
F2CC Storybook


New Brunswick Farm to School Guide

New Brunswick Farm to School Guide


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