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26
Nov

Hydroponics in the Classroom

Hydroponics systems are more popular than ever as a teaching tool in schools. With short growing seasons in many areas of Canada, hydroponics systems allow students to engage in experiential learning, year-round. In this blog post, we’ll equip you with the tools and resources you need to decide if hydroponics is right for your classroom...
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01
Oct

Welcoming 2 New Farm to School Learning Circles!

Photo: Maurita Prato, Executive Director of Lush Valley and co-facilitator for the first Farm to School Learning Circle guides participants through activities to stimulate conversation on goals and a vision. A Farm to School Learning Circle is an 18+ month process to build, strengthen, and/or expand collective farm to school efforts within a local community. ...
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20
Apr

An Eater’s Guide to Climate Action

In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, Food For All NB, a provincial bilingual network supporting food movements across the province, is launching An Eater’s Guide to Climate Action and naming food and climate change as a key focus of work through 2021. This marks a first for Food For All NB in its 12-year history...
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01
Oct

Canada Digs In Report 2020

Between September 2016 and June 2020, 86 schools and 10 campuses participated in the Canada Digs In! initiative. Schools received grants of up to $10,000 to deliver farm to school salad bar programs. Students ate local and healthy food, participated in hands-on food literacy activities and connected with local food providers, growers, chefs, knowledge keepers, public...
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10
Sep

École Abbey-Landry

École Abbey-Landry, Memramcook, New Brunswick 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Suite à l’obtention d’une bourse De la ferme à l’ecole, l’École Abbey-Landry en partenariat avec Semer dans la Vallée à mis sur pied un bar à salade. Il s’agit d’une opportunité pratique aux élèves de mettre en oeuvre leur savoir-faire de leurs cours culinaires pour créer...
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Ecole Antoinine-Maillet, Dieppe, NB
01
Aug

L’école Antonine-Maillet de Dieppe reçoit l’appui financier du programme « De la ferme à l’école Canada »

(Photo courtesy of www.csviamonde.ca) Ecole Antoinine-Maillet, Dieppe, NB 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Le 21 juin, l’école Antonine-Maillet, apprenait que la demande qui avait été soumise au programme De la ferme à l’école Canada plus tôt ce printemps avait été acceptée. L’école qui ouvrira ses portes en septembre prochain bénéficiera d’une subvention de 10 000 $ grâce au programme De...
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Salisbury Elementary school, Salisbury NB
31
Jul

Expanding Food Literacy Through Farm to School

Salisbury Elementary School, Salisbury, New Brunswick 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) The Farm to School grant to Salisbury Elementary school allowed us to expand our goals of providing food literacy to our students. Students brainstormed ideas around promoting our Salad Bar. They created posters, songs and digital pictures. They started a “buy 5 salads and get...
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École Clément-Cormier, Bouctouche, NB
30
Jul

Un projet De la ferme à l’école qui continue de grandir

École Clément-Cormier, Bouctouche, NB 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) C’est en 2013 que l’école Clément-Cormier prenait ses premiers pas au niveau du jardin communautaire. Plusieurs personnes et organismes ont contribué à l’avancement de ce projet qui a beaucoup évolué depuis ce temps. En 2014, l’école recevait sa première subvention de De la ferme à la cafétéria. Depuis,...
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Geary Elementary School, Geary NB
29
Jul

Learning About Science Through Salad Bar!

Geary Elementary School, Geary NB 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) This spring the Grade 2 students at Geary Elementary Community School took on a new and exciting challenge to produce our own greens using the grow tower.  Our goal was to produce vegetables to be used not only for our own class to experiment tasting, but...
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Riverview Middle School Riverview, NB
18
Jul

From Seed To Sub

Riverview Middle School, Riverview, NB 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Thanks to a partnership with Farm to Cafeteria Canada, we can offer students healthier food options. As an alternative to their traditional hot lunch options, student can now order customized subs and salads sourced from locally sourced produce and meat. In order to address the region’s short...
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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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