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The National Farm to School Network nourishes kids and communities by restoring the connection between children, food, community and land.
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Farm to School Dec 13
Kids are counting on us to help them build healthy eating habits. Giving kids repeated opportunities to learn about & try new foods () adds up to more enthusiasm for healthier school meals. Our statement on USDA's final rule on school food →
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NSAC Dec 12
The 2018 has officially passed Congress! Family farmers and sustainable food and farm advocates fought hard for this farm bill and we are glad to see it moving forward and to the President’s desk.
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NSAC Dec 12
The 2018 Farm Bill analysis has begun! We're kicking off our deep-dive series with a post on how and rural development fared in the bill. Stay tuned for additional updates coming soon!
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Farm to School Dec 12
Last week, USDA announced a final rule that will relax nutrition standards for school meals. We believe kids deserve every opportunity to build healthy eating habits, and can be key to helping healthier nutrition standards stick.
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NEA ESP Quality Dept Dec 10
“My goal when I started the garden was to teach students where food comes from and encourage them to make healthy food choices.” -Nancy Burke, paraeducator
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The Food Trust Dec 6
Under Anupama Joshi's incredible leadership, advocates have seen the development of the Community Food Systems team and grant program, among many other huge wins for the movement. We wish her the very best!
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Donna S. Martin Dec 6
Many thanks Anupama Joshi 4 your 15 years of visionary leadership! Programs across USA and in GA owe much success 2 your dedication. Best wishes on your new adventures!
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Ashley Rouse Dec 6
Enjoyed and appreciate the journey of Anupama’s vision and leadership with . Many thanks Anupama and good luck with your next adventure.
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WKKF Dec 5
The data from the and survey report provide insights into the importance of nutrition, gardening opportunities, and agricultural education for children.
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Miguel Villarreal Dec 5
I have had the pleasure of knowing Anupama Joshi for the last 11 years as ED of the . She has left an everlasting imprint on the Farm to School movement. Please take a minute to read about her accomplishments and join us in thanking and celebrating Anupama. TY
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Farm to School Dec 4
After elevens years of leadership, visioning & dedication to growing , Anupama Joshi is stepping down from her role as Executive Director of . Please join us in thanking & celebrating Anupama!
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WholeKidsFoundation Dec 4
is searching for an Executive Director! Learn more about their incredible work and the position here:
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National Head Start Association Dec 1
Early care and education providers agree: supports healthy kids and high-quality education. See the & survey results and learn how to grow the farm to ECE movement at
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NESAWG Dec 3
Good alert! is hiring an Executive Director!
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Farm to School Nov 30
Replying to @FoodCorps
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FoodCorps Nov 29
School gardens in Native American communities are about to grow! Hear how farm-to-school education is reviving traditional foodways in Alaska, Hawaii, Maine, Montana, and Oregon. h/t
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MSU Center for Regional Food Systems Nov 29
Why in early care and education? Healthy kids and high quality learning! See the full survey at .
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Mill City Grows Nov 29
Take a look at these GORGEOUS cucumber & carrot pickles created by students at High School Career Academy! One student said they were giving the jars to his aunt as a holiday gift -- we love it! Even better, the carrots were grown on our own MCG urban farm!
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FoodCorps Nov 28
“I will tell you a story, which is the Passamaquoddy way.” A school garden breaks down barriers and creates a restorative pathway for one student in the Passamaquoddy Indian Township Reservation in Maine. h/t
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WKKF Nov 28
Learn about the benefits and challenges of connecting young children to food and agriculture education, healthy local foods and gardening through . See the full report from and at
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