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USDA Nutrition 20h
Early childhood is the ideal time to establish a taste for healthy foods and a desire to try new things in order to encourage life-long, healthy habits!
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Jacqueline Lachèvre Dec 22
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USDA Nutrition Jan 9
DYK? Strong programs can increase the number of students purchasing school breakfast and lunch, improve consumption of healthier foods at school & reduce plate waste!
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USDA Nutrition Dec 27
More than 42,500 schools now participate in practices, and it’s having a positive impact on kids’ palettes & school finances!
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UrbanSchoolFood 2h
This month students are enjoying locally grown zucchini on the menu in cafeterias across NYC as part of SchoolFood’s initiative.
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Farm to School Jan 3
keeps dollars local. See how in our Economic Impacts of Farm to School report with :
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Farm to School Jan 5
Love all things ? Follow us on Instagram for even more local food & school garden fun!
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USDA Nutrition Dec 26
Research shows that children in schools with programs eat more fruits and vegetables and are more willing to try new, healthy foods—positive steps in the fight against
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Farm to School Dec 21
WEBINAR: Join us in January to learn about and ! Hear examples from several SNAP-Ed programs about the integration of farm to school in both direct education and policy, systems and environmental change SNAP-Ed initiatives. 1/4, 2pm ET
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Farm to School Dec 22
needs YOU! Your support is essential to helping keep this movement growing. Make a donation today:
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FoodCorps Jan 2
We're thrilled to see 's proposal for healthy kids! If passed, New York would double funding for , end lunch shaming, and increase kids' access to .
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Farm to School Dec 29
Help us reach more little eaters! Join the movement & make a donation today:
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NY Assemblyman Jones Jan 12
Investing in farm to school programs means investing in our farmers and our children; I stand committed to increasing funding for these vital programs
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ANCA Jan 11
Drive for 25 Farm to School mini grants are helping North Country farmers get local food into school cafeterias. Congrats on this year's mini grant recipients!
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Farm to School Jan 4
Webinar today! Join us at 2pm ET for our January "Trending Topics" webinar to learn about and . Can't make it live? Still register and we'll email you the recording.
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VTAgencyofAg 19h
Dairy in the classroom planning w/ and and Grant Program Support services team:
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New England Dairy Dec 27
Celebrate the Green Pasture Dairy Farms of the Year, and make the connection with these state-specific posters:
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ON Edible Education 21h
Students at Heydon Park Secondary School downtown Toronto look forward to Wednesdays—aka Salad Bar Days!—thanks to their grant! Check out their recent blog post:
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PRB Resource Council Dec 26
Farm to School programs can teach life skills
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DC Greens Jan 2
DC Greens will hold the first Gathering of 2018 on Wed, 01/10! Join us for delicious snacks, cold beverages and a space to connect and catch up with friends and colleagues. RSVP at
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