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2016 Farm to School Policy Successes

2016 Farm to School Policy Successes

Posted by NFSN on December 20, 2016

It’s been a busy year for policy in the farm to school world! Developments in federal, state and local policy have advanced opportunities for the expansion of farm to school activities, while also creating new legislative champions and advocates.

CACFP lifts up local

CACFP lifts up local

Posted by NFSN on May 17, 2016

USDA's final rule and best practice recommendations create great opportunity to promote farm to school activities in CACFP programs and open the door for even more of the 3.3 million children served by CACFP to experience the benefits of farm to early care and education.

Other Ways to Get Involved

Are you new to farm to school and looking for a way to connect with farmers, schools, preschools and others who are already working on farm to school in your community? 

Reach out to your State Lead and ask how you can get involved locally. You can find contact information for State Leads in all 50 states and D.C. on the Our Network page. Based at various non-profit organizations, state agencies and universities, State Leads coordinate farm to school advocacy efforts and network in their states, sharing local information, resources, needs and opportunities with the rest of the National Farm to School Network.

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