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FoodCorps connects kids to healthy food in school.
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EdibleSchoolyardNYC 2h
Thanks to our friends at for volunteering by helping us complete a number of projects at Brooklyn Gardens Elementary! We’re so grateful to spend this fall day with you! @ Brooklyn…
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Farm to School NJ 3h
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Michigan AmeriCorps 3h
. members connect children to healthy food in limited-resource public schools by teaching nutrition education, building and tending school gardens, and promoting locally grown food in cafeterias across Michigan
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FoodCorps 4h
Our Michigan team was honored to host Ms. Terry Campbell (left) from 's office earlier this week! She visited a FoodCorps school in Detroit and spoke with two service members (far right and center right). Thank you for visiting us!
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FoodCorps 5h
Excited to announce that we are 1 of 5 orgs awarded funding from the Food & Agriculture Service Learning Program. We led advocacy to get this program created & funded, and we’re so happy it is helping a dynamic group of organizations get more kids & communities healthier.
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Lynbrook ES-FCPS 5h
Mr. Joe and his friends from FoodCorps make our students a yummy healthy treat.
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FoodCorps 23h
It's ! Every day, over 30 million children eat . Making healthy, high-quality food the norm in cafeterias is a big challenge. Here's what some people are doing about it.
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FoodCorps Oct 18
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FoodCorps Oct 18
Ahead of the midterms, FoodCorps is releasing our new platform that lays out our 2018-2019 advocacy goals. Here's what you can expect to see from us in the coming year:
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FoodCorps Oct 18
We are proud to introduce our policy platform, which outlines the policy priorities we are addressing as we advance more equitable and healthy food systems.
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Lisa Elaine Held Oct 10
“It encourages kids to eat fast food, and it points out the absurdity of school nutrition standards, which can be so easily gamed.” —
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FoodCorps Oct 16
"I had the opportunity to access levels of education that are not readily accessible to or even built for students of color. I believe children are the key to breaking this cycle."
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FoodCorps Oct 14
Darrell is a small family farmer in Georgia, working with to get his produce into more institutions. Find out how they’re doing it, via
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FoodCorps Oct 13
news: is working with to help more farmers get their produce into local institutions. Find out how:
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FoodCorps Oct 10
Last month, at precisely 2 p.m. on a Thursday, hundreds of Iowa students took a bite at the same time out of locally grown apples. Is your school doing an "apple crunch" this year?
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FoodCorps Oct 9
We were thrilled to have the New Jersey Department of Agriculture visit us in Atlantic City! Their visit marked the 8th annual #FarmtoSchool Week.
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FoodCorps Oct 8
"'The foods that I ate growing up, junk food, fast food, commodity food, were foods of erasure,' he said. 'They erase health, land, people, and diversity.'" From by .
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FoodCorps Oct 8
Replying to @Mitshellroro
Hi Rachel! Thanks for reaching out, and our apologies for just now seeing this. Our service members in Brunswick have been aiding with recovery efforts. Both are working to distribute food and supplies, from their school and a local partner site.
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Chastity Shipp Oct 4
Thank you for connecting us to . We love providing our school community access to farm fresh vegetables.
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Montessori Magnet @ Batchelder Oct 4
Montessori’s First Taste Test was a success! All three lunch waves tried local Bok Choy grown here in Hartford! The results: 41 Loved it! 16 Liked it! 22 tried it!
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