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Canada’s Food Guide Toolkit for Educators

The Public Health Agency of Canada has just launched the  Canada’s food guide toolkit for educators. The toolkit is intended for use by health and education intermediaries that work with children aged 4 to 11, to help them explore foods, learn food skills, develop healthy eating habits, and understand Canada’s food guide. The toolkit includes...
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A graphic demonstrating the different models of hydroponic systems and the pros and cons

Living Hydroponics Models Comparison Resource

This Resource Includes: Context Overview chart of types of hydroponics  Link to the Working Hydroponics Models Comparison Resource Google Sheets document 1. Context This resource was created to address the challenge of navigating through company websites to identify suitable hydroponic models for a school setting. What is suitable for one school, may not work for...
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You’re invited to BC’ School Garden Mentorship Series!

From January to October 2024 our BC provincial partners at Farm to School BC are offering a free mentorship program for K-12 educators and community organizations supporting existing school gardens or building a new school garden. This mentorship program provides valuable skills that support the development of a robust school garden community, hands-on student learning...
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Resources for Culturally Appropriate School Food Programs

Photo: Enseigner la nourriture d’abord video, BC Public Service The School Food Development Project (SFDP) is a partnership initiative in Saskatchewan that is working to support schools in the designing and implementation of universal, culturally-appropriate school food programs. As part of this, the project partners have compiled a list of resources ranging from menu plans...
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Webinar Recording: Growing Food on the Land in Indigenous School Communities

Are you interested in learning how school food programs are engaging their students in food forests and growing food on the land? Check out this recording from the Indigenous School Food Circle’s May 2nd webinar: In this webinar, speakers shared how they established their programs, what they set out to do, how the program has...
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Food is Science: a new resource to support science and technology curriculum

Contratulations to our partners at Sustain Ontario on the launch of their new curriculum resource: Food is Science! Sustain Ontario is thrilled to share their new Food is Science website, built to support educators in teaching the new food literacy expectations in Ontario’s Science and Technology curriculum. The site includes lesson plans, learning videos, related...
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New Resource! Growing Success: A School Garden Organization Template

This digital tool is designed to help educators create a living record where all users involved in a school garden can quickly and easily compile their activities. “Growing Success” was created as a spreadsheet workbook to facilitate efficient planning and enhanced communication between educators managing school gardens. Inside the workbook you will find 6 helpful...
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Native Farm to School Guide

Connecting Traditional Foods, Stories, Language, and Community Developed through an analysis of Native and non-Native Farm to School programs, the Native Farm to School Guide: Connecting Traditional Foods, Stories, Language, and Community guide identifies best practices, lessons learned, biggest challenges and case studies of successful programs. The Guide also outlines planning activities, assessment tools, and...
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What is Farm to School?
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A New Crunch in School Lunch: BC Farm to School Salad Bar Guide.
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What is Farm to School?
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Farm to School: Canada Digs In
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Farm to School: Canada Digs In

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New Brunswick Farm to School Guide

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