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SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 CANCELLED

The Think&EatGreen@School Project has cancelled its 4th Summer Institute, scheduled for July 2-4 2014 to be held at David Thompson Secondary School. Our team consulted with our partners in the schools and the decision to cancel the Summer Institute, although…

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PHOTOS: Summer Institute 2013 Photos Now Up on Flickr

Photos are now up on Flickr from Day 1 of the Think & Eat Green @ School 2013 Summer Institute. From our first plenary to morning workshops, beekeeping, planting, harvesting, and preparing and sharing salads! A great day of sunshine…

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@Connect with Us During #TEGS13 Summer Institute!

Connect with us during the 2013 Summer Institute and beyond! Tweet @ThinkEatGreen using the hashtag #TEGS13 to give us your thoughts, comments, photos – anything! Are you a photobug? Upload your photos to Flickr and tag your photos with ‘TEGS13’…

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2013 Summer Institute is On Now

Welcome to the 2013 Think & Eat Green @ School Summer Institute! Click the links below to view the final schedule for regular and youth streamed workshops throughout the institute. We encourage you to participate in documenting this one of…

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Applications for Summer Institute 2013 Now CLOSED

Thank you to all who have applied! You will be notified of the status of your application June 7 2013. In the meantime, stay in the loop with Think & Eat Green on Facebook, Twitter, and don’t forget to sign…

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Applications for the 2013 Summer Institute now open!

What is the Summer Institute? The Think&EatGreen@School 2013 Summer Institute will focus on finding collaborative solutions to increase the knowledge and understanding of the connections between food, health and the environment across the food system in schools. A combination of…

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Storytelling at the Summer Institute

On the morning of the Wednesday edition of the Summer Institute, Cyprien Lomas, Duncan McHugh and Nathan Moes led a short workshop entitled “Discovering and Sharing the stories from your Garden.” Here on Thursday, we present one of the fine…

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