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24
Jun

Try it Tuesday!

West Hants Middle School, Newport, NS Grant term 2020-2022 For the second run of the Try it Tuesday project, we incorporated food literacy activities to go with the snacks!  Learning Objectives: Provide an opportunity for students to try something new and local!  Students will become familiar with the major ingredient of the snacks from plates...
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17
Jun

Musquodoboit Rural High School – Thoughtful Food Project

Musquodoboit Rural High School – Middle Musquodoboit, NS Grant term 2020-2022 This story begins in 2017.  The Healthy School Community Committee (HSCC) is a collective of several community service organizations who work collaboratively to augment learning opportunities in the Musquodoboit Rural High School (MRHS). In 2017, the HSCC surveyed local youth to find out what...
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30
May

Kings County Academy’s Transition from a Contracted Food Service Provider to a PTA-Run Cafeteria

Kings County Academy (KCA) is a pre-primary to grade 8 school located in Kentville, Nova Scotia, with an early French Immersion stream. KCA has a strong partnership with the municipal Parks and Recreation Department and a long history of a vibrant and dedicated Parent Teacher Association (PTA). The school has an enrollment of 630 students...
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The South Shore School Food Project
30
Oct

The South Shore School Food Project

We get an update on the South Shore School Food Project and find out how interactive learning opportunities with food can promote confidence in kids to try new things. The South Shore School Food Project We get an update on the South Shore School Food Project and find out how interactive learning opportunities with food...
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Halifax hospitals replacing flower beds with vegetables
21
May

Halifax Hospitals Replacing Flower Beds with Vegetables

Halifax hospitals will soon replace their flower beds with vegetable gardens. The edible plants will be brought to replace the flowers, shrubs and even the lawn outside ten different medical centres. Health authority staff say they’re rethinking the way they use their outdoor space. The plan is to plant everything from beets to tomatoes right...
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21
Oct

Halifax students garden, cook for World Food Day

Source: CBC News-October 16, 2012 Hundreds of students at Saint Catherine’s School in Halifax are enjoying a free lunch made by their schoolmates in honour of World Food Day. Earlier this week, Grade 5 students at the school on Connolly Street picked the remaining food from the school garden and made a potato soup with...
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