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Farm to School
The National Farm to School Network nourishes kids and communities by restoring the connection between children, food, community and land.
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MSU Center for Regional Food Systems Sep 20
Early care and education providers agree: supports and high quality education.
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MSU Center for Regional Food Systems Sep 17
Good things come in pairs. Hoophouses for Health paired with MI Farm to School provides benefits to farmers, children, and families alike.
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Go NAP SACC Sep 19
The results are in! New & survey shows farm to early care and education () is reaching far and wide and ready to grow. Learn more at
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Farm to School Sep 17
Room to grow with farm to ECE! New & survey shows 49% of ECE sites are already doing farm to ECE and 30% are ready to get started. See full survey results at
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Healthier Generation Sep 17
Drumroll, please... The 2018 list of America's is live! Find out which schools made the list at
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MSU Center for Regional Food Systems Sep 14
Why in early care and education? Healthy kids and high quality learning! Our new national survey with shows promising results.
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Farm to Cafeteria Sep 13
Nat'l in partnership w/ Michigan State Uni Center for Regional Food Systems, launched the 2018 National Farm to Early Care and Education Survey, spring of '18. See their beautiful infographic & fact sheet .
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Farm to School Sep 12
Replying to @wrobertsfood
We agree - when all 3 core elements of are in action, benefits are amplified for students, farmers, families & communities! Our new survey found that a majority of responding sites *are* integrating more than one type of activity - but still room to grow!
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Farm to School Sep 12
The results are in! Our new national survey with shows farm to early care and education is reaching far and wide and ready to grow. Explore the survey results at
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DC Greens Sep 10
First School Garden Market order of the season, waiting to be picked up! Through the SGM program, DC schools hold student-run farm stands, selling fresh, local fruits and veggies to their school communities
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Farm to School Sep 10
RESOURCE: Looking for ways to spread the word about your school health achievements? Check out this new resource from to help you communicate effectively:
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SchoolLunch Sep 6
Read about some of the foods making their way onto students' trays
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WholeKidsFoundation Sep 1
The more connected kids are to their food, the more curious and excited they’ll be to try it. Apply for a and help edible growing spaces thrive in your community! Apply here:
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Farm to School Sep 5
is growing in ! "I think it's such a win-win for getting kids to have produce that's local. It's going to be fresh, it's going to taste better, and then it also helps the local economy."
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NSAC Aug 31
Got a knack for building relationships and managing finances? NSAC Member org, is hiring a Development Director! Applications due by September 7, 2018:
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Farm to School Aug 28
It's time - is your ready? Check out our simple tips & reminders to help get your garden growing in the right direction for the new school year!
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Farm to School Aug 27
We’re all about making healthy eating common practice! Anupama Joshi, Executive Director & Co-Founder, and presented “How School Food Works” today at .
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Farm to School Aug 27
Great idea!
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Farm to School Aug 27
We're seeking a Development Director to join our team. Apply by 9/7. Learn more & apply →
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SchoolLunch Aug 24
. examines how more foods (like this VT raised beef and greens) have made their way onto trays -
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