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D.C. Farm to School Directory

by dcgreens | 1-Mar-2012

This directory provides the basic information to help farms and schools develop economic relationships that work for both sides, and to create educational opportunities for students. It includes information about regional growers interested in selling to schools and about schools that have expressed interest in purchasing local products. The information collected for this Directory was collected during the spring and summer of 2011.

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What's On Your Plate?

by Aubin Pictures | 28-Feb-2012

What's on your plate? is a witty and provocative documentary produced and directed by award-winning Catherine Gund about kids and food politics. Filmed over the course of one year, the film follows two eleven-year-old multi-racial city kids as they explore their place in the food chain.

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WEBINAR ARCHIVE: GAP and Food Safety Planning

by National Farm to School Network | 14-Feb-2012

Complying with local regulations and Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) is usually worth the time and money for farmers who want to work with schools and other large buyers, but it can seem daunting. This webinar will appeal most to farmers who are new to GAP or Farm to School and nutrition directors with questions about Farm to School and food safety.

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Farm to School Program: Preparing the Ground

by Information Insights, Inc. | 01-Feb-2012

The evaluation was to determine if the Alaska's Farm To School Program was being established so that it can yield successful future outcomes. The evaluation included data collection by the AFTSP Program Coordinator regarding her activities contacts, tours, presentations, mini grants, etc. and key informant interviews with a dozen people who have different roles in the Farm to School process.

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Indigenous Farm to School Programs: A Guide for Creating a Farm to School Program in an Indigenous Community

by Kaisa Jackson and the White Earth Land Recovery Project | 01-Jan-2012

This guide provides useful information and tips on how to introduce a farm to school initiative in an indigenous community. Indigenous communities are unique and affected very differently than other communities regarding issues of health, access to food, strong economic systems, and connection with history and culture.

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Local Foods for Local Schools

by Tennessee Department of Education | 1-Jan-2012

This manual is designed for School Nutrition Program staff, growers, distributors, and school and community partners who are interested in serving locally grown foods in Tennessee’s schools. It contains resources that will assist in connecting our farms with our schools: School staff can find suggestions for menus, recipes, and educational tools; Growers can find ways to connect with the school market; Distributors can learn how to access both the growers and the school buyers; School and Community partners can learn how they can support bringing healthier food into the schools.

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