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The 50x20 slideshow was presented during the opening plenary of the conference. We invited submissions from every state to depict their Farm to Cafeteria successes with an image and a caption that …

The 50x20 slideshow was presented during the opening plenary of the conference. We invited submissions from every state to depict their Farm to Cafeteria successes with an image and a caption that could be summed up in 20 seconds. Of all the submissions, the National Farm to School Network chose one photo for each state to provide a snapshot of our national foothold, highlighting innovative Farm to Cafeteria projects around the country and in Canada.

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  • Carrots are the craze at Oliver Elementary School in Oliver British Columbia. Their vision? “A Carrot Within Arms Reach”. And Why not? If a syrupy brown beverage can be peddled world wide imagine what we can do with a sweet juicy crunchy carrot!
  • The Farm to School Program at Nkm’apl’ qs isn’ ma’ma’ya’tn klsqilxwtet Language and Cultural Immersion Elementary School near Vernon BC is about receiving and returning to mother nature.
  • It Takes A First Grader To Feed a CommunityGrade one students from Our Lady Rosary School in Sylvan Lake Alberta harvest crops planted with the help of a local farmer at Hidden Valley Farm . The bounty is served up to the community as part of a stone soup festival
  • In Saskatchewan where kids meet their meat! But also their carrots, broccoli and one day: cheese!
  • Organizations, like Local Food Plus are working to get local foods on institutional plates. LFP is an award-winning non-profit organization that nurtures regional food economies by certifying farmers and processors for local sustainable food production and helping them connect with buyers of all types and sizes.
  • Students at Riverside Consolidated School, Riverside-Albert, New Brunswick use mulch donated by village on the ornamental and vegetable gardens at the school, a century old heritage building.
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