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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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ASAP Connections Jun 12
Farm to school summer reading list in latest Facebook post.
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Mass Farm to School Jun 13
MA Farm & Sea to School Conf Workshop Propsal Deadline Extended! Due June 22. Learn more & submit -
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Farm to School Jun 8
The Senate Ag Committee has released its draft. While no priorities are included, the bill does show support for local & regional food systems. Stay tuned as our Policy Team continues to review the bill & prepare for markup on 6/13
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CDCObesity Jun 8
42% of school districts have a program. How does your state bring fruits + veggies to kids?
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Jessica Jun 5
Preschool Strawberry STEM Challenge! We read a story about strawberries, then our students built LEGO strawberries! We ended with a snack of strawberries from our school garden!@JerseyFreshNJDA
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Daniel W. Hatcher May 30
Who's ready for ? Here are some ideas from a throwback post I did for ", Projects, & History" --> Don't miss the farm-themed energizer using Task Cards!
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NEA May 25
Join us in Minneapolis for the 2018 Conference on Racial and Social Justice! It's a unique space for educators, students, families, organizers, community members & leaders to unite for the advancement of justice in education. Register today ➡
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Farm to School May 29
When schools serve , 33% of students eat more fruits & vegetables. Explore more benefits in our research-based fact sheet:
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Farm to School May 25
The Cooking from the Garden class at Denver Public Schools in a hit with students & parents! “Growing your own food is like printing your own money. You take one minuscule tomato seed and you can produce 50 cherry tomatoes.”
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Monett R-1 Wellness May 24
During our last week of school students got to spend lots of their time outdoors. What a better outdoor activity than watering and playing in our gardens?! Students can't wait to watch the growth during Summer School and into the new school year.
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VT FEED May 23
We're thrilled to announce recent research by FEED staff members exploring the relationship btwn school culture & programming was published in the current issue of the Journal of Child Nutrition & Management! CONGRATS! PC:
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EdibleSchoolyardNYC May 23
Your voice needed! is asking you to reach out to your senator to ensure that Farm to School Programs are included in the new Farm Bill.
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Farm to School May 23
Danville School District in Arkansas is growing its program with fresh strawberries & student-raised beef - and they're eager to do more!
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Diana Rohini LaVigne May 22
Anupama Joshi, ED, National Farm to School Network, encourages us to focus collaboration which is the only way to get to the end, instead of working individually at Leadership Summit 2018.
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Anne Terry May 22
The National Farm to School Network works to connect: ppl to ppl (peer learning), ppl to info (best practices), & ppl to their own voices (advocacy training). -Anupama Joshi, Executive Director & Co-founder
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Sharon Schaefer, SNS May 22
Despite income every child deserves a healthy meal & to have awareness of where their food comes from.
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Farm to School May 21
We're proud to support the movement to inspire strong, active girls. On the field, on a bike or in a garden - powerful!
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Farm to School May 18
Earlier today the was voted down. As the reauthorization process continues, we’re keeping an eye on the Senate version & asking that priorities be included. Call your Senators & make your voice heard. Here’s a sample script →
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Farm to School May 18
Replying to @FarmtoSchool
Learn how can support achievement of Program Performance Standards with our "Growing Head Start Success with Farm to Early Care and Education" toolkit →
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Farm to School May 18
Happy Birthday to ! Head Start and grow healthy kids and healthy families. Support Head Start and ensure that every child has the opportunity to succeed -
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