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12
Juin

Récapitulation et faits saillants en bref: Conférence nationale De la ferme à l’école 2019

Du 15 au 17 mai 2019, De la ferme à la cafétéria Canada et la Public Health Association of BC ont coanimé la Conférence nationale De la ferme à lécole. Cette rencontre avait pour but d’illuminer les activités en cours au pays pour instaurer une alimentation locale dans les classes et cafétérias scolaires, de célébrer...
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31
Mai

Guide alimentaire De la ferme à l’école

Un regard sur comment les initiatives De la ferme à l’école sont alignées sur le nouveau Guide alimentaire canadien  Ce document a été conçu pour ressembler au nouveau Guide alimentaire canadien et pour être distribué lors de la Conférence nationale De la ferme à l’école tenue en mai. Il met en évidence certaines des conclusions...
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A Fresh Crunch in School Lunch: BC's Farm to School Salad Bar Guide
04
Déc

A Fresh Crunch in School Lunch: BC’s Farm to School Salad Bar Guide, 2nd edition

In 2012, The Public Health Association of BC (PHABC) and their many partners wanted to see more children, more schools, more farms, and more communities enjoy the benefits of a Farm to School Salad bar Program. Thus, this guide was developed to support communities in their Farm to School endeavours. It provides practical information, tips,...
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18
Jan

Manitoba on the Menu

Schools, post-secondary, healthcare institutions and Crown corporations collectively purchase millions of dollars’ worth of food annually, yet little is known around how much local food has been purchased. At the same time, their large purchasing power and role as public facilities put institutions in a unique position to be positive drivers for growing our local...
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22
Avr

Le salon-bar Bitters de l’Université Memorial sur la liste 2013 des restaurants les plus verts du Canada

L’Université Memorial fait des pas de géant vers la pérennité des systèmes alimentaires. En mars 2013, les coordonnatrices du Campus Food Systems Project (CFSP), Caitlin Colson et Sarah Archibald, ont eu l’occasion de visiter le campus St-John de l’Université Memorial et d’apprécier les initiatives en matière d’aliments locaux organisées sur le campus et dans la...
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Applied Student Research in Action

Applied Student Research (ASR) is emerging on campuses across North America.  At the CFSP, we’re seeing how ASR enables a campus to leverage its own academic resources to tackle the tough questions of how to improve campus food services and regional food systems. Sarah Archibald recently had the opportunity to participate in a 4th year...
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11
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Farm to Cafeteria: BC Communities Share Paths to Success

Designed to inform and inspire, this resource provides an overview of key Farm to Cafeteria concepts and models. It illuminates innovative and successful Farm to School, Farm to Campus, and Farm to Hospital programs in 5 urban, rural, remote, and aboriginal BC communities. Download: F2C-PathsToSuccess
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26
Fév

McGill University wins award for feeding itself

McGill wins award for feeding itself Posted on Monday, February 25, 2013 By McGill Reporter Staff Watch McGill’s Local Food Story McGill’s decision to feed itself is bearing fruit. Over the past three years, the horticultural research station on the Macdonald campus has been transformed into a market garden, and is now supplying more than...
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11
Fév

UBC’s New Sustainable Campus Food Guide!

The UBC Campus Sustainable Food Guide is a great resource package detailing the initiatives that are happening at UBC and weighing in about food education, engagement and much more. Check it out the UBC Sustainable Campus Food Guide here!
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06
Déc

Plan stratégique du réseau canadien De la ferme à la cafétéria

Au cours des derniers mois, Scott et Katie du Social Planning and Research Council (SPARC) ont aidé le comité consultatif à rédiger notre plan stratégique 2013-2016, par le truchement de téléconférences et d’une rencontre à Toronto, les 29 et 30 septembre. Cliquez ici pour lire le plan stratégique.
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# **📣💥 DEADLINE EXTENDED!****In consideration of the challenging start to 2022, we have decided to extend the grant deadline from January 31 to FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH (11:59 PST). ⏳**😌 We know many of you are working hard to get your applications completed, so we hope this extra time brings some relief. Please note: with this extension, our new target timeline to inform applicants will be April 15th. All grants will still be awarded by the end of the school year to allow programs to launch in September as planned. 🙏 Thank you for your commitment to connect students to their food and the food systems that produce it. We look forward to receiving your applications!See our farm to school grants pages for all details! 🔗 www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/our-work/farm-to-school-grants/@wholekidsfoundation #farm2school #farm2schoolcanadagrants #localfood #healthyfood #schoolfood📣💥DEADLINE EXTENDED!In consideration of the challenging start to 2022, we have decided to extend the grant deadline from January 31 to FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH (11:59 PST). ⏳😌 We know many of you are working hard to get your applications completed, so we hope this extra time brings some relief. Please note: with this extension, our new target timeline to inform applicants will be April 15th. All grants will still be awarded by the end of the school year to allow programs to launch in September as planned. 🙏 Thank you for your commitment to connect students to their food and the food systems that produce it. We look forward to receiving your applications!See our farm to school grants pages for all details! 🔗 www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/our-work/farm-to-school-grants/@wholekidsfoundation #farm2school #farm2schoolcanadagrants #localfood #healthyfood #schoolfood ... See MoreSee Less
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