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La magnifique vallée de Comox, se trouve sur la côte est de l’île de Vancouver, sur le territoire traditionnel de la Première Nation des K’ómoks. Les programmes de la ferme à l’école et le modèle du bar à salades ont initialement été introduits dans la vallée de Comox en 2012, à l’école primaire Huband Park. Inspirées par le succès de Huband, l’école primaire Robb Road et l’école intermédiaire Lake Trail Community, suivies de l’école primaire Brooklyn et de l’école secondaire Mark R Isfeld, ont aussi adopté des modèles de bar à salads semblables.

La présente étude de cas fait état du parcours de la ferme à l’école de ces cinq écoles de 2012 à 2019. L’étude de cas décrit le parcours suivi par ces dernières pour mettre en oeuvre leur service de bar à salades de la ferme à l’école, s’approvisionner en aliments locaux et faire participer leurs élèves à des activités d’éducation alimentaire dans le cadre de l’initiative Le Canada, une terre fertile! Elle met en lumière non seulementcles réalisations individuelles des écoles, mais aussi la façon dont la collaboration entre celles-ci, y compriscl’établissement officiel d’un cercle d’apprentissage régional de la ferme à l’école, a contribué à l’avancement du mouvement de la ferme à l’école dans la region.

Cultiver un mouvement : de la ferme à l’école dans la vallée de Comox (online)

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