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12
Août

Royal Bay Secondary – Bringing Curriculum to Life!

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...
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L’Université de Victoria signe l’Engagement des campus envers la bonne nourriture
02
Juin

L’Université de Victoria signe l’Engagement des campus envers la bonne nourriture

Cette étude de cas explore les activités de la ferme aux campus à l’Université de Victoria, un campus qui a participé à l’initiative De la ferme à l’école : le Canada, une terre fertile! Lisez cette étude de cas si vous voulez comprendre non seulement comment le défi Good Food Challenge de Meal Exchange peut...
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Farm to School, Farm to School Canada
17
Déc

LunchLAB at Lord Roberts

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...
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02
Nov

Profil de deux agriculteurs britanno-colombiens : La ferme Crooked Horn dans la Vallée de Slocan, en Colombie-Britannique

Angela Weir et Gord Spankie Crooked Horn Farm Winlaw, Vallée de Slocan (Colombie-Britannique) Nombre d’années en affaires Dix ans Avec quelle(s) école(s) collaborez-vous? École Winlaw Elementary. Nous avons aussi approvisionné les écoles Whole School et WE Graham  Community School. Quel(s) aliment(s) ou services(s) fournissez-vous à cette école (ou ces écoles? Légumes feuilles, tomates cerises, radis,...
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BC Farmer Profile: Growing sprouts and greens for Vancouver Island Schools
29
Oct

Profil d’une agricultrice britanno-colombienne : Cultiver des pousses et des microverdures pour les écoles de l’île de Vancouver

Carmen Wakeling, propriétaire et directrice générale d’Eatmore Sprouts & Greens Ltd. 2604, chemin Grieve, Courtenay (Colombie-Britannique)  V9J 1S7 (île de Vancouver) Nombre d’années en affaires 35 ans Avec quelle(s) école(s) collaborez-vous? Écoles Huband Park Elementary et Robb Road Elementary Quel(s) aliment(s) ou services(s) fournissez-vous à cette école (ou ces écoles)? Nous leur fournissons des pousses de...
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F2S Fall Training Session in BC
A Celebration of Diversity and Knowledge Transfer
19
Oct

Une célébration de la diversité et du transfert de connaissances

Séance de formation d’automne en Colombie-Britannique Les 12 et 13 octobre 2018 Hillel House, Université de la Colombie-Britannique, Vancouver Nombre de participants : 47 Thème ou objectif général Cette séance de formation était la deuxième séance offerte à bon nombre des récipiendaires d’une subvention De la ferme à l’école en Colombie-Britannique. C’est pourquoi la formation de cette...
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BC story
01
Oct

Des idées toutes fraîches De la ferme à l’école

des bars à salades d’été dans les marchés agricoles à New Denver, en Colombie-Britannique. Des bars à salades… en été?! Oui, merci! Inspiré par le bar à salades De la ferme à l’école, la société Healthy Community Society of the North Slocan Valley (HCS) a mené un projet pilot axé sur la santé et l’innovation...
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Meal Exchange story
01
Oct

Une initiative De la ferme au campus menée à l’Université de Victoria vise à instaurer une « bonne alimentation » sur le campus

Jess Schellenberg est étudiante à l’Université de Victoria, où elle poursuit une double majeure en études environnementales et sciences politiques, avec une mineure en éducation. Malgré sa pleine charge de cours, Jess réussit à trouver du temps pour diriger la section locale de Meal Exchange, ce qui depuis la dernière année consiste surtout à établir...
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Winlaw Elementary School, Winlaw, BC
23
Juil

Winlaw School Plants for Bees and Borscht

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...
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03
Juil

École Robb Road’s Salad Bar is Growing!

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...
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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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A New Crunch in School Lunch: BC Farm to School Salad Bar Guide.
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Tools From The Shed: Practical resources to operationalize your program
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What is Farm to School?
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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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