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Farm to Cafeteria Canada to Host “Dig In” Webinar Tomorrow

Farm to Cafeteria Canada, in cooperation with the Ontario Farm to School Challenge, is hosting the March “Dig In” Webinar on Tuesday March 19th 2013! Institutional Change from the Kitchen: How chefs are changing food procurement practices to bring more…

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Congratulations to Think & Eat Green @ School Co-Investigator, Joanne Bays!

Congratulations to Joanne Bays, TEG Co-Investigator, for winning the CAFP Leadership Award for her work with Farm to School Canada! Join the F2S group on Facebook to receive updates about the wonderful work that they do. CAFP Award winners 2013(1)

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VIDEO: Interview with Steve Golob @ Place Vanier

If you liked our post on the Farm to Cafeteria event that happened at UBC’s Place Vanier Dining Hall October 16th 2012, check out this video interview with Resident Chef Steve Golob.  In it, he discusses how he and others…

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“Healthy stomachs lead to healthy minds and healthy marks.”

Sounds simple, right? If you missed our post on the Farm to Cafeteria movement reaching close to home here at UBC with their event October 16th at Place Vanier click here to read all about it. The event coincided with…

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From Farm to Cafeteria Hits UBC Campus

The Farm to Cafeteria movement spans Canada from coast to coast, but it hit close to home October 16th 2012, when the group took over UBC campus’ own Place Vanier Hall for an evening of delicious and nutritious fare. The…

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Farm To Schools Request for Proposals – Deadline Oct. 29th 2012

The F2S Steering Committee for Greater Vancouver is seeking two to three schools that are keen to be part of Farm to School.  Farm to School schools connect with local farmers both for educational opportunities as well as to purchase…

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Grandview/¿uuqinak’uuh Elementary sets a high benchmark

. Colleen Kimmett, writer for The Tyee tells the story of the fine work being done at Grandview/¿uuqinak’uuh Elementary in her recent feature  “How Grandview Elementary Fills up Student Plates.” In it she documents the efforts of numerous community partners working together to…

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