White Earth Land Recovery Project - Pine Point School 2009 Farm to School - Healthy Living Collaboration Report Read this report prepared for University of Minnesota Extension to learn more...

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Farm-to-Cafeteria Initiatives: Connections with the Tribal Food Sovereignty Movement, includes profiles of eight Native communities who participate in Farm-to-Cafeteria initiatives, including both...

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Farm-to-Cafeteria Initiatives: Connections with the Tribal Food Sovereignty Movement, includes profiles of eight Native communities who participate in Farm-to-Cafeteria initiatives, including both...

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KidSnacks: Traditional Foods for a Healthy Future teaches kids how to make healthy snacks from traditional foods. The curriculum – developed for schools and child care providers – focuses on...

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National Farm-to-School Network lists initiatives by state and includes resources, webinars and success stories.

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The mission of the Edible Schoolyard Project is to build and share an edible education curriculum for kindergarten through high school. Its vision is for gardens and kitchens to become interactive...

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University of Minnesota Extension provides specifics on starting a school garden, working with local farmers, food safety and other elements of Farm to School.

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