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FoodCorps connects kids to healthy food in school.
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You know you're a FoodCorps service member when you start saying things like this: “You know how I carry seeds around in my pocket all the time? I think I spilled some pumpkin seeds in the hoop house.”
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"How many healthy lunches do you remember eating in elementary school? Students in Conway do it every day." FoodCorps member Sarah tells KTHV how growing food can lead to healthier eating.
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FoodCorps Nov 16
Corps members serving with are working with a coalition of leaders to expand gardens across the district!
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FoodCorps Nov 16
Tomorrow is the last day to register!
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FoodCorps Nov 16
This week, pick up some delicious & DIY at , and a portion of the sales will go to FoodCorps!
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New Profit Nov 15
How do you experience in your work? For more from check out our new hub:
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FoodCorps Nov 15
The kids at North Powder Charter School got to take an apple orchard to see how the cider is made. “I’d like to think we’re inspiring young growers,” said one teacher.
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FoodCorps Nov 15
To provide access to Ward 7 in Washington, D.C., our friends are building a commercial farm at Kelly Miller Middle—a FoodCorps school!
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FoodCorps Nov 14
It's true! Students in FoodCorps schools with MORE hands-on learning are eating TRIPLE the amount of fresh as students who receive less of that hands-on learning. Learn more about our impact:
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FoodCorps Nov 14
"Investing in pre-K not only helps children get ahead, but it prevents children of color from falling behind."
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FoodCorps Nov 14
In one Arkansas school, students are celebrating each others' cultures, and the upcoming holiday season, with a recipe swap! One student's family recipe dates back to 1911.
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FoodCorps Nov 13
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FoodCorps Nov 13
Albuquerque's resettling refugees cultivate food and community at Tres Hermanas Farm.
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FoodCorps Nov 13
More companies are getting involved in issues they care about. Shout-out to our friends !
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Bettina Elias Siegel Nov 13
Public outrage over lunch shaming means nothing without meaningful changes in policies & funding. Thx &others for sharing my update on this issue:
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FoodCorps Nov 10
A funny thing happened on the way to the conference: Mississippi corps members stopped at to build a spiral herb garden!
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FoodCorps Nov 10
Congresswoman has big ideas for the 2018 .
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FoodCorps Nov 9
Straight from the to the ! Lexi (NJ), harvested 5 POUNDS of winter greens and cherry tomatoes for this yummy salad.
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FoodCorps Nov 9
Across the nation, school cafeterias are adopting menus that reflect the diversity of their students—a win for all.
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FoodCorps Nov 9
"We do the work we do bc we want children to grow up & fulfill their potential"—Curt Ellis,
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