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Protein Puzzle Short Course: Alaska fish to school presentation

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Protein Puzzle Short Course: Alaska fish to school presentation

Protein Puzzle Short Course: Alaska fish to school presentation

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  • 1. Overview• Introduction• Success stories- state models • Sitka model • Dillingham model • Other• Research • University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • 2. Alaska Farm to School Program dnr.alaska.gov/ag/ag_FTS.htm Johanna Herron Program Coordinator Department of Natural Resources, Division of Agriculture http://www.facebook.com/AlaskaFarmToSchool
  • 3. Overview• Introduction• Success stories- state models • Sitka model • Dillingham model • Other• Research • University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • 4. Successful fish-to-school models • Donation Source of fish • Subsidized • Full purchase • Recipe development Student • Geographic region preference • Taste tests • Nutrition/health Education • Community/cultural • Food system
  • 5. Overview• Introduction• Success stories- community models • Sitka model • Dillingham model • Other• Research • University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • 6. Fish to School: Sitka Led by a non-profit organization Coordinates the educational Fundraises, securesCoordinates the fish purchase component grants, and accepts donations Fishermen / Processing facilities Donates fish Processes for a fee Storage for a fee School Food Service Pays approximately half the Offers it twice monthly Tries different recipes costs
  • 7. Fish to School: Sitka
  • 8. Fish to School: Sitka2011 Price of fishSCS & School district Processors (2 facilities) 2012 Price of fish Fishermen Donate the SCS & School districtStorage Processing (multiple) fish Donate Storage Processing the fish
  • 9. Overview• Introduction• Success stories- community models • Sitka model • Dillingham model • Other• Research • University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • 10. Fish to School: Dillingham Led by the processor and school districtsAnnounce on radio ‘Fish Public Service Flyers for Kids Program’ Announcements Fishermen Only allow sockeye forCan donate # of pounds Can donate % of catch donation Multiple beneficiariesDillingham City Southwest Region Dillingham Senior Head Start Schools Schools Center Program
  • 11. Fish to School: Dillingham 2011 Price of fish Donated fish and processingFishermen Processing facility
  • 12. Fish to School: Dillingham
  • 13. Overview• Introduction• Success stories- community models • Sitka model • Dillingham model • Other• Research • University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • 14. Fish to School: OtherKodiak• Challenges getting student buy-in• Supportive community• Donated productKenai Peninsula (Nanwalek)• Student driven• Challenges coordinating the processing and distribution with school meal regulations
  • 15. Overview• Introduction• Success stories- community models • Sitka model • Dillingham model • Other• Research • University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • 16. Fish to School Research Project: UAFFish to School program Lessons • Role of food choice in personal, community and environmental health Fish Family Lunches newsletters • Fish served 1x/ week Community Promotional Activities MaterialsThe fish being served is paid for by the research project with the intent that by the end of the project they will be able to provide that will address the financial picture (i.e. price feasibility and economic impact).
  • 17. Fish to School Research Project: UAFQuestions: Demonstration Economic Impact project Toolkit • Lesson plans and other educational activities • Student approved standardized recipes• Is the program • Does the program: • Procurement processes economically feasible • improve student for schools and fish diet quality? businesses? • Decrease plate• Does the program waste? benefit the • Improve knowledge communities and attitudes about economically? the role of food choice in personal, communit y and environmental health?
  • 18. Fish to School: UAF