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Newfoundland and Labrador
01
Nov

Setting Sail with Sea to School

The following story has been shared by Chris Peters, teacher at St. Bonaventure’s College in Newfoundland and Labrador In Spring 2021 Food First NL and Fishing for Success hosted a Sea to School webinar with the support of F2CC. This webinar got me thinking. As a result of it, and in consultation with Kimberly Orren,...
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08
Jun

Webinar Recap – Sea to School

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 lunches, to taking students on field trips to local fishing docks, to incorporating ocean-based curriculum in classrooms. However, in North America, Sea to...
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St. Bonaventure's College, NL.
17
Nov

Webinar Recordings: Sharing the Impacts of the Farm to School Canada Grants program

In October during Farm to School (F2S) Month we joined our provincial partners Sustain Ontario, Food First NL and the Public Health Association of BC in hosting webinars to share the exciting impacts of the Farm to School Canada Grants program in Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador and British Columbia. Developed in partnership with the Whole...
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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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Healthy eating success at Immaculate Heart of Mary Corner Brook, NL
24
Jul

Healthy Eating Success at Immaculate Heart of Mary

Immaculate Heart of Mary Elementary School, Corner Brook, NL 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Farm to School looks different in every school community because it’s built by the community, for the community. When developing a F2S initiative it’s important to consider the needs of the students it will serve, as well as practical considerations like the...
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Clarenville Middle School, Clarenville NL
08
Jul

Salad Bar launch is a hit with middle-school students on the east coast of Newfoundland

Clarenville Middle School, Clarenville NL 2018-2019 (Grant Year 1) Our grand opening for the Farm to School initiative was a resounding success!  As a means to expose children to a wide variety of healthy eating choices, we offered free subs to all students who were interested. We offered a grilled chicken sub, and students lined...
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NL Learning Lab Guide_EN
01
May

Farm to School Learning Circles

This guide provides an introduction to the use of Learning Circles as a means of furthering Farm to School (F2S) efforts across Canada. It is primarily intended for use by local and regional F2S Coordinators to support their work to increase the availability of healthy, local, and sustainable food to children and youth. However, anyone...
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06
Nov

NL Farm to School Fall Training

October 25-26, 2018 St. John’s, Newfoundland # attendees: 21 Theme/overall purpose: Food First NL preparing 3 schools in Newfoundland to launch new F2S programs with funding from the F2CC F2S Canada Grants. Short description: Food First NL hosted a fun 2-day Farm to School training event in Newfoundland to prepare 3 new schools to launch F2S...
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Lester Farm Market
31
Oct

Farm to School in Newfoundland

A Conversation with 6th Generation Farmer, Susan Lester Susan Lester, Market Manager at Lester’s Farm & Market 173 Brookfield Road, St, John’s, NL “My name is Susan Lester, I am the market manager at my family farm, Lester’s Farm Market located on Brookfield Road. As most farm kids, I grew up helping out on the...
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Community garden at The Gathering Place provides, food, structure and meaningful work for guests at St. John’s facility
31
Jul

Community Garden at The Gathering Place

Providing food, structure and meaningful work for guests at St. John’s facility. Photo: Tell me Charles, how does your garden grow? By the looks of it, quite well. Charles Noseworthy, celebrating his 36th birthday on Monday, was on hand to celebrate the second year of The Gathering Place garden, which this year will see its wares...
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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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