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VT FEED Dec 2
Our newly published resource is intended to support school communities in developing robust, long lasting, and integrated programs. It reflects 20 years of practice, evaluative research, and innovation in the field. Free download @
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Lauren Carey 17h
Planting strawberries for a delicious spring.
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Jeremy K Rhoden Dec 3
Osceola Middle School has amazing crops growing in their gardens! Just look at it!
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UPES Garden Club 20h
This crop needs to grow for 7-10 years before it is ready to harvest. This crop is not an animal or food crop. This crop has it greatest harvest during the month of December. What crop is it?
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FrederickMD Farm to School Dec 8
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FrederickMD Farm to School 2h
School composting programs are a component of & has many schools participating. Composting is a component of soil health education, it recycles food waste, & can also benefit by lowering frequency/cost of dumpster services.
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Chesapeake Public Schools Nutrition Services Dec 9
Sweet potatoes and spinach are here!! Sweet potatoes from Kirby Farms will be featured in our holiday meal on Thursday and spinach from Willie Mae farms in Yorktown will be in our salads this week 🍠🥗
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FrederickMD Farm to School Dec 4
This video beautifully captures some highlights of our neighboring Washington County Public Schools' program.
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Coppell ISD Child Nutrition Dec 2
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UPES Garden Club Dec 6
Thank you for a super fun morning !
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Farm to School BC Dec 5
Apple chips, apple sauce, grape jelly, and art about F2SBC, always a good day at the Food Sustainability class at Brock Middle School in Kamloops.
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GaDOE Nutrition Dec 2
The Harvest of the Month (HOTM) featured item for December is ! Check out these resources & ideas to celebrate the Harvest of the Month with local produce & grow your program
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Miss Fisher's Class Dec 4
Oliver’s Vegetables is showing us that when we try new foods we might be surprised about what we enjoy!
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Healthy Kids Collab. Dec 9
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Annalisa Hultberg Dec 5
Dr. Anne Sawyer, Extension Educator in On-Farm Food Safety at talks with foodservice professionals about GAPs and how to discuss food safety with farmers at a farm to school training. Great questions and interest!
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Friends of Urban Ag Dec 1
Agriculture in the Classroom seeks to encourage Virginia teachers to integrate agriculture into their daily curriculum. Its Teacher of the Year Award applications due Dec 9th.
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NCDPI School Nutrition Dec 6
*New deadline, 12/20* - Work with your School Nutrition Program to submit data on local food purchases, school gardens & educational activities for the USDA Census. All responses needed whether you participate in F2S or not.
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Mill City Grows Dec 3
Getting kids in the garden to grow fresh veggies and learn about the cycle of fresh food is a WIN for families and generations to come. Your support for helps keep our programs THRIVING! Please consider a gift TODAY!
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GovStrive Dec 9
The future is in their hands! Check out how 's Farm to School program is helping to teach students about agriculture, healthy food, and the importance of supporting local farmers!
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HIP Agriculture 22h
Last week Kohala High School students harvested and delivered over 23 lbs of to their cafeteria. @ Kohala High School
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