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WSDA Farm-to-School Toolkit

by Washington State Department of Agriculture | 09-May-2015

This toolkit is designed to provide farms, schools, families, and communities with resources to help them meet their farm to school goals. Through stories, photos, templates, documents and more, the toolkit  highlights farm to school and school garden successes throughout the state and draws together best practices and farm to school tips from our in-state and national network partners. 

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Good Laws, Good Food: Putting Food Policy to Work in the Navajo Nation

by The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic | 01-May-2015

This Toolkit aims to bolster the efforts to increase food sovereignty on the Navajo Nation by describing existing laws and policies that impact the Navajo food system, highlighting innovative efforts to improve food policy by other tribal and local communities, and offering strategies to advocate for policy change. The Toolkit is intended to serve as a reference for community leaders, food advocates, and members of the Navajo government, federal government, state governments, and local Chapter governments.

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by MarketMaker | 25-Apr-2015

MarketMaker is a national network of states that connect farmers and fishermen with food retailers, grocery stores, processors, caterers, chefs, and consumers. MarketMaker is a place for farmers and schools to connect with each other for farm to school sales. It is an ever-growing partnership of Land Grant Universities, Departments of Agriculture, and food and agricultural organizations investing in a coordinated effort to build a virtual infrastructure that brings healthier, fresher, and more flavorful food to the average consumer.

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The Arkansas Grow Healthy Study

by University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, Research, and Extension | 24-Apr-2015

This project involves innovative research and educational programming, including farm to school, that is designed to bring several complementary interventions to scale, each addressing different aspects of the childhood obesity crisis. This website provides farm to school resources, news, and more.

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Exploring Economic and Health Impacts of Local Food Procurement

by Illinois Public Health Institute and Crossroads Resource Center | 22-Apr-2015

The report highlights practical, effective strategies for communities to add locally sourced food to their institutional food systems; recommends ways to conceptualize and measure economic and health impacts; suggests effective funding strategies; and includes Critical Analysis of Economic Impact Methodologies, which discusses the literature on the economic impact of local foods.

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The Sustainable Food Center

by The Sustainable Food Center | 20-Apr-2015

The Sustainable Food Center has several programs and many resources related to farm to school. Their Grow Local empowers children and adults to grow their own food by offering the education and resources they need to start and sustain gardens at schools, homes, and areas accessible to neighborhood residents. Their Farm Direct connects local growers with schools, urban residents, and institutional food service operations worksites in demand of fresh produce. The Happy Kitchen/La Cocina Alegre® is a nationally recognized cooking and nutrition education program that nurtures skills in food selection and preparation.

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Community Alliance with Family Farmers' Farm to School Program

by Community Alliance with Family Farmers | 20-Apr-2015

The Community Alliance with Family Farmers' (CAFF) Farm to School Program has developed and coordinated on-the-ground projects connecting schools and schoolchildren to their local farming communities, while also creating resources, workshops and materials that help further the Farm to School movement in California. This website provides many resources, including various guides, Harvest of the Month information, and more.

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Community-Based Agriculture: Safety Guidelines for Youth Working in Gardens

by National Children’s Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety | 20-Apr-2015

In non-agricultural industries, there are regulations and work standards that indicate appropriate work for both adults and children. In agriculture, the standards and regulations are different, and may not apply on a farm or garden. Parents/supervisors often assign jobs based on their past practices, need for “extra hands” to get the job done, and preferences of the child and/or adult. The North American Guidelines for Children’s Agricultural Tasks (NAGCAT) were developed at the request of parents to assist them with assigning safe and appropriate jobs to children and youth. These guidelines can also assist adults with teaching youth how to do a job safely.

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United Tribes Technical College: Resources

by United Tribes Technical College, Land Grant Program | 15-Apr-2015

The United Tribes Technical College aims to improve the quality of life through culturally appropriate and scientifically based education that will strengthen Tribal communities, sustain natural resources, and promote healthy lifestyles for citizens of Tribal nations. This website provides a variety of food and cooking-related resources specific to Tribal nations.

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Urban Roots

by Urban Roots | 13-Apr-2015

From planting and harvesting to preparing what one grows, Urban Roots follows food from seed-to-table, empowering students of all ages to answer the question, “Where does food come from?” Urban Roots offers enriching education programs for students through day camps and public schools, continuing education credits for teachers wishing to integrate the garden into the classroom, and Folk Art workshops for families.

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Whatcom Farm-to-School

by Whatcom Farm-to-School | 13-Apr-2015

Whatcom Farm-to-School Support Team has supported pilot projects launched by groups of parents, teachers, farmers, and Food Service staff in fifteen public and private schools. This website provides information on those projects, resources, Harvest of Month materials and more.

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