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FoodCorps connects kids to healthy food in school.
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FoodCorps Jul 16
After seven years of partnering with FoodCorps, Warren County is creating their own curriculum and taking over garden operations! Thrilled to see this dedication to the work of teaching kids about .
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FoodCorps Jul 13
Get caught up on the latest news with the , national service funding, and .
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FoodCorps Jul 12
Last month, FoodCorps brought together 20 to explore careers in innovation.
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EdibleSchoolyardNYC Jul 12
“Don’t yuck my yum!” A alum explains why you shouldn’t judge other people’s food:
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FoodCorps Jul 12
is a nationwide problem. 76% of school districts have students with school lunch debt and too many lunch shame. guidance to schools would help put an end to this.
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FoodCorps Jul 12
"Assigned as the first-ever FoodCorps representative to the Van Buren School District, Stoneking’s arrival signaled a shift in the way VBSD approached ."
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FoodCorps Jul 11
"In New York City, officials are getting creative to solve the 'summer nutrition gap.' Instead of coaxing kids back into school for meals, the thinking goes, meet them where they are."
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AmeriCorps Jul 11
🥕 In Flint, AmeriCorps members are making sure kids can have a full and balanced diet all summer long.
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FoodCorps Jul 11
Last week, Oprah Winfrey interviewed on her podcast, . Listen in to hear his thoughts on why should have healthy roots.
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ServeConnecticut Jul 10
Proud member Alyssa shares why she serves. Let us know why you serve.
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FoodCorps Jul 10
“Students do not always make healthy choices about what to eat, and sometimes they are not even aware that there are healthy options. The garden project will give our students a very tangible and delicious way to learn about healthy eating habits.”
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FoodCorps Jul 9
FoodCorps + art class = a 64-square-foot collage promoting in the cafeteria! Each tile was painted by 5th graders, who chose colorful fruits and vegetables to show the importance of "eating the rainbow."
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FoodCorps Jul 3
A FoodCorps school in is the FIRST in the city to legally serve school garden-grown produce!
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FoodCorps Jul 2
A FoodCorps alum pleads: stop judging other people's food. for .
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FoodCorps Jun 30
On the last day of , a few FoodCorps staffers share how their identities inform and impact their work.
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FoodCorps Jun 29
Yesterday, the Senate passed an overwhelmingly bipartisan bill. Here's what you need to know.
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FoodCorps Jun 28
"While I may have initially felt small, vulnerable, and 'othered' in a new place, I took in how my time spent with these kids [...] might help shape a more accepting classroom and school environment."
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Farm to School Jun 27
ACTION ALERT: Two important priorities will be introduced as amendments to the Senate . Call your Senators and ask them to vote YES on amendments #3179 & #3129. Call script & more info here →
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FoodCorps Jun 27
Schools that make as much energy as they use (think solar panels and water cooling loops) are engaging kids in education and saving districts millions on utility bills.
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FoodCorps Jun 26
A healthy space is an equitable space. Via .
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