Accédez aux histoires, ressources et retombées de l’initiative Le Mois De la ferme à l’école a lieu en octobre et cette année, nous célébrons les retombées du mouvement de la ferme à l’école à la grandeur du pays. Nous savons que cette année scolaire ne ressemble à nulle autre et que les écoles font de...Read More
De septembre 2016 à juin 2020, 86 écoles et 10 campus ont participé à l’initiative Le Canada, une terre fertile! Les écoles ont reçu des bourses pouvant atteindre 10 000 $ pour exécuter des programmes de bar à salades de la ferme à l’école. Les élèves ont mangé des aliments sains et locaux, participé à des activités pratiques de...Read More
Royal Bay Secondary School, Victoria, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) Royal Bay is a three-year old secondary school in the Sooke School District on Southern Vancouver Island, BC. This is the second year we have been working with the Farm to School Canada grant, which is managed collaboratively between our food studies programs and our culinary...Read More
2016-1017 (Year 1) Lord Roberts Elementary School is a diverse, urban school in the West End of the Downtown Vancouver Peninsula. With support from Farm to Cafeteria Canada and in partnership with Growing Chefs and Fresh Roots, two innovative charities that have been supporting schools to grow and cook in the Vancouver School Board and...Read More
Waterloo Elementary School – Waterloo (Québec) 2018-2019 (Année de subvention 1) Depuis 2016, l’école primaire Waterloo en Montérégie offre la possibilité à ses élèves et à son personnel de manger des fruits et des légumes frais à tous les jours. Ce qui était une simple expérience initiée par la responsable de la cafétéria Jenny Wheeler,...Read More
Winlaw Elementary School, Winlaw, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) Winlaw is a small town in the middle of the Slocan Valley in B.C.’s West Kootenay region. As part of our Farm to School program, we have had our school garden for two years. This fall, we were excited to see what grew over the summer. We...Read More
Ecole Robb Road, Comox, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) Our second year of Salad Bar has been a delicious meal to count on every Tuesday at École Robb Road Elementary in Comox, British Columbia. We are so fortunate to live in the Comox Valley, to be able to enjoy the bounty of our veggie growing community...Read More
Templeton High School, Vancouver, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) This is our third year running our garden, and in these three years our school of 850 students has seen some amazing moments of learning, both for students and staff. Running a high school garden, even in this short amount of time, has provided the opportunity for...Read More
Horsefly Elementary School, Horsefly, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) In the middle of the Province of BC, about 45 minutes east of Williams Lake, in prime ranching and forestry country, surrounded by mountains, lakes and wildlife, one will find the thriving metropolis of Horsefly which includes one very friendly, family-based school, Horsefly Elementary/Junior Secondary. Our school,...Read More
Edward Milne Community School, Sooke, BC Grades 9-12 660 Students, including 70 International Students and 118 of Indigenous Ancestry 2017-2018 (Year 2) At Edward Milne Community School, our students are serving up fresh, local veggies from our salad bar four days a week, 30 week of the year – that’s 2,000 salads served! When I...Read More
# **1 week left to apply!**We've extended the application deadline to:**Wednesday June 23rd, 2021 5pm PST**The Indigenous Lead will work as a member of our national team to enable networking and relationship building, storytelling, connection and funding so that people who are looking to integrate Indigenous food ways and healthy, local foods into their school communities have more resources and connections to do so.**More details on how to apply below! 👇**#farm2school#localfood#schoolfood#indigenous... See MoreSee Less
Location: Open to any location in Canada/Indigenous Territories (or Nations) Job Terms: 28-35 hours / week; 1-year contract from July 1 2021 – June 31, 2022 (with potential to extend) Salary: $50,00...
Sea to School is a term used to describe programs that procure local sustainable seafood for schools and promote ocean literacy. These programs take many forms, from serving local seafood in school lu...