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18
Nov

Learning from the Land – A written compilation of resources and stories

“Learning from the Land: Resources and stories from K-12 schools engaging with Indigenous plants and pedagogy”, published in November 2021 by our BC project partner Public Health Agency of BC (PHABC), is a written compilation of resources and stories highlighting programs related to Indigenous plants and pedagogy within schools located in what is colonially known...
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04
Nov

Join our Conversation on Land-Based Learning

Mark your calendars! CoP conversation on Land-Based Learning  Tues Nov 16 at 12:30 PST / 3:30 EST / 4:30 AST Farm to school, also known as local food to school, is grounded in re-learning, re-establishing and acknowledging and supporting existing place-based food systems. As F2CC works to advance food systems rooted in place, and as...
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20
Oct

Food Forests — edible landscapes that do more than feed us

In celebration of this year’s Farm to School Month, which is focusing on land-based learning, we wanted to dive into the benefits of food forests, and why schools and communities across the country are putting them in place. In this CBC article, for instance, Port Elgin Regional School in Ontario highlighted how they “worked with...
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31
Aug

A Farm to School Evaluation Framework for Canada

Evaluation is important. It can help us understand the effects of our work, improve our programs, and share our stories of impact. But it can also be complex and tough to know where to start. F2CC, with the input of over 140 individuals from diverse sectors across the country, has developed the Farm to School...
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17
Aug

Advancing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals through Farm to School

Food Secure Canada has released a discussion paper on how school food programs can help advance Canada’s commitment to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In doing so, the paper captures how farm to school programs can advance the SDGs and targets.  The SDGs were launched in 2015 as the “blueprint to achieve a...
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23
Jun

The Recipe for Local and Environmentally Responsible Food Procurement in Quebec Institutions

A TOOL TO ENCOURAGE QUEBEC INSTITUTIONS TO CHOOSE LOCAL AND ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE FOOD PROCUREMENT! Key Recipes for Local and Environmentally Responsible Food Procurement in Quebec Institutions’ is a practical tool to both inspire and equip institutional and food service directors and managers, chefs, teachers, educators, stakeholders, partners, and all other institutional food actors to adopt...
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Elsipogtog School, Elsipogtog First Nation, NB
01
Jun

Celebrating National Indigenous History Month

Photo: Elsipogtog School, Elsipogtog First Nation, NB The month of June is National Indigenous History Month, a time to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada. We’d like to start this month by sharing some inspiring stories of school communities who are embracing Indigenous food ways, as well as some resources...
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06
May

Next Meeting of the Edible Education Community of Practice

Our newly-launched Edible Education Community of Practice (CoP) had a great first meeting on March 10, 2021, and we are excited to invite you to join our second meeting on Wednesday, June 2, from 3:30 – 5 p.m. EDT.  This Edible Education Community of Practice (CoP) aims to provide a supportive space for those working...
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30
Mar

Iqaluit high school students cook up mouth-watering lunches

Photo: From left: Grade 12 students Daniela Calamayan and Marline Nicolas make muskox spring rolls as part of Inuksuk High School’s lunch program. (Photo courtesy of Lael Kronick/Department of Education) By  Jane George nunatsiaq.com March 29, 2021 Students at Inuksuk High School in Iqaluit are in an enviable position: they are learning how to cook...
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01
Mar

Farm to School Helps Students Find their Healthy!

March is Nutrition Month and this year’s theme is “Good for you!” This simple concept centres on the idea that healthy eating looks different for everyone. Farm to Cafeteria Canada’s new Nutrition Month video shares how schools are developing farm to school programs in innovative and creative ways that are rooted in their own community...
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I am biased of course, but IMHO this is still one of the most beautiful stories ever written about the Local Food to School movement north of the 49th parallel. www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/F2S-Storybook_en_online.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0t... ... See MoreSee Less
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Climate change? Food Shortages? Hunger? Resillient Communities? This is THE food policy we need. It's that simple. Since our policy makers cannot seem to figure that out, let’s show them how it’s done.The shorter our food chains the better! Let's try growing our own and supporting local where we can ✨🌿 Image from Waste-Ed ... See MoreSee Less
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