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WEBINAR ARCHIVE: Farm to ECE Webinar - Family Engagement Through Farm to Early Care and Education

by National Farm to School Network | 13-Apr-2018

In this webinar, the National Farm to School Network, the Farm to Family Project, and Northeast Iowa Food and Fitness share innovative programs that are leveraging farm to ECE as a key to family engagement and, in doing so, increasing healthy food access, healthy behaviors, and healthy relationships for children, families and communities.

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Georgia Farm to Early Care and Education Coalition Overview and Strategy

by eorgia Department of Public Health, Georgia Shape, and Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning | 9-Apr-2018

The purpose of the Georgia Farm to Early Care and Education Overview and Strategy report
is to provide a:
• General overview of Farm to Early Care and Education national and state goals and status
• Review of the “Spectrum of Opportunities” for Georgia Farm to Early Care and Education
• Three-year strategy for the Georgia Farm to Early Care and Education Coalition

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Results from the 2009 Michigan Farm to School Survey: Participation Grows from 2004

by Center for Regional Food Systems, Department of Community, Agriculture, Recreation and Resource Studies, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI | 08-Apr-2018

This study investigated changes in Michigan school food service directors’ farm to school (FTS) participation levels and perspectives since a 2004 survey and factors that would facilitate FTS expansion.

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Gardening at Home with Kids

by HomeAdvisor | 12-Feb-2018

If you like digging in the dirt, you might enjoy gardening, too. Growing a garden with your kids will help you learn about plants. You might grow flowers or vegetables in your yard or inside your home in containers. As you work to take care of your plants, you will need to make sure they get water and sun to grow.

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My First Garden

by Rodale Institute | 12-Feb-2018

Rodale Institute, the birthplace of the organic movement, has put together this resource "My First Garden," to help teachers integrate school gardens into their classroom curriculum. This curriculum is designed for preschool or kindergarten children, but could be adapted to suit early elementary school needs.

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Montana Harvest of the Month

by Montana State University | 12-Feb-2018

The Montana Harvest of the Month program showcases Montana grown foods in Montana schools and communities. Each month, participating sites promoting one Montana grown or raised items by serving it in a meal, offering taste tests to students, and doing educational lessons and activities.

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