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16
May

Amplifying Youth Voices: A recap of activities in March 2022

Farm to Cafeteria Canada (F2CC) works towards realizing vibrant and sustainable food systems by supporting school communities to get more students get more kids growing, cooking, serving and eating local food at school.Through a recent strategic planning process, F2CC identified a need to create a National Youth Engagement Strategy that amplifies the voices of the...
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12
May

From the beginning: St. Joseph’s Farm to Cafeteria

St. Joseph’s Catholic School, Port Elgin, ON Grant term 2020-2022 St. Joseph’s Catholic School, in Port Elgin, Ontario, had our Farm to Cafeteria plan all laid out.   We had a purchase plan, we had a time frame, we had volunteers already to start our big plans, and we  were excited.  Then COVID came, and we...
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02
May

Grow Food Everywhere: An Intergenerational School Garden Pilot in Comox Valley

This report summarizes the Intergenerational School Garden Pilot Program that took place in BC’s Comox Valley between April 2021 to November 2021. In it, you’ll find practical tips, as well as outlines for student activities.  The pilot program outlined in the report demonstrates how 8 participating schools in School District 71, with the help of...
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26
Apr

Students at Fairview Community School grow their own food!

Fairview Community School, Nanaimo, BC Grant term 2020-2022 Students at Fairview Community School, in Nanaimo, have just completed their 2nd round of celebration salads where they were able to eat local foods in their classrooms. Students grow their own seedlings for the school garden and harvest the microgreens for their own locally-sourced, personal salads. They...
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22
Apr

Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council Education Authority (KTCEA) serves traditional food in schools

“I am grateful that they [students] have this program and I want other nations to introduce this program into their communities as well.” Clifford Gladue While sitting having a cup of tea and bannock with an Elder in his community, Clifford Gladue learned about an important document, the Alberta First Nations Food Sovereignty declaration. This...
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20
Apr

Gretna Green – Learning to grow year-round

Gretna Green School, Miramichi, NB K-8 Grant term 2020-2022 Gretna Green is a school in the charming city of Miramichi, New Brunswick. It is a small K-8 school in the heart of the city yet it is surrounded by trees. The school has gotten even “greener” in the last two years as we undertook a...
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14
Apr

The Millénaire Story

Pavillon au Millénaire, La Baie, Québec 2020-2022 (2ème cohorte boursière) Historique du projet au Millénaire : Le pavillon Au Millénaire est un projet à saveurs particulières et novatrices du Centre de service scolaire des Rives-du-Saguenay qui a ouvert ses portes en août 2017. On y compte 169 élèves et environ 25 membres du personnel provenant de tout le territoire du...
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14
Apr

Soup Day at Vanier

Vanier Elementary School, St. John’s, NL Grant term 2020-2022
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13
Apr

Aspen Park Elementary runs the salad bar successfully!

Aspen Park Elementary, Comox, BC Grant term 2020-2022 By Sarah Picard, Salad Bar Coordinator The Salad Bar has been amazingly successful at our school so far! Today [spring 2021] was our seventh service at Aspen Park Elementary. After several meetings with the school administrators to coordinate how we could run the Salad Bar service safely...
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01
Dec

Learning Circle Stories: from Tk’emlups te Secwépemc and Skeetchestn Indian Band

“When you are wanting something to grow, you need to start with the children.” – Learning Circle Participant In 2019 F2CC, in partnership with the Social Planning & Research Council of BC, provided a Local Food to School Learning Circle Grant to Q’wemtsín Health Society (QHS) to support Sk’elep School of Excellence, from Tk’emlups te...
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## Farm to school grant story# **Getting Kids Gardening!**Churchbridge Public School in Saskatchewan didn't let Covid slow down their farm to school plans! Instead of setting up their first salad bar, they built gardens and greenhouses that would provide each class with its own dedicated garden plots to grow and maintain. (They also haven't given up on the salad bar!) **See CPS’s in action in their photo reel!** bit.ly/3u60YQ1*Read more farm to school grant stories on our grants page! *#farm2school #localfood #schoolfood #schoolgarden #greenhouse ... See MoreSee Less
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