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Growing Farm to Preschool: Bringing the “Farm” to Preschool Settings Worksheet
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Growing Farm to Preschool: Bringing the “Farm” to Preschool Settings Worksheet

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  • 1. Community Food Security Conference: Workshop Session – November 6, 2011Growing Farm to Preschool: Bringing the “Farm” to Preschool Settings Action Plan: Building the Farm to Preschool Movement in My CommunityFarm to Preschool is a systems approach and involves many stakeholders. There is agrowing network of support at the national level – use this worksheet to help you assesshow you can support the movement in your community.Action Plan Scope (e.g. state, region, city, district, school or other institution): whatlevel will I work at?Action Plan Goal(s) (e.g., take the first steps towards building a farm to preschoolprogram, form a coalition of stakeholders to do farm to preschool planning work,involve more stakeholders in current farm to preschool program, etc.): what do I wantto do?Who are the key farm to preschool How can each stakeholder group engage?stakeholders in my community? List What types of activities can they do incategories as well as specific organizations support of farm to preschool efforts?or individuals, if you canChildcare center(s):Childcare center staff (e.g., teachers, foodservice staff, administrators):Families (preschoolers, parents, otherfamily members):Childcare organization(s) doing supportivework (e.g., regulation, referral agencies,resource centers):Farmers and Food Producers (individualsor organizations): 1
  • 2. Community Food Security Conference: Workshop Session – November 6, 2011Growing Farm to Preschool: Bringing the “Farm” to Preschool SettingsCommunity Activists:Policy Makers/Legislators:Health care providers/public healthworkers/nutritionists:Community Organizations or Members:Others:Best opportunities/leverage points (given Potential obstacles or challenges:my unique circumstances & resources):What other resources may be useful to draw on or keep in mind?Next Steps (where do I go from here?): 2

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