Eating Learning Growing

Resources from our professional development workshop on culturally relevant farm to school education.

About the Eating Learning Growing Workshops

This fall, the Center for Ecoliteracy hosted Eating Learning Growing, professional development workshops for educators on culturally relevant farm to school education.

Educators learned how to improve student outcomes by welcoming diverse student voices, histories, learning styles, and values into their classrooms. Culturally relevant teaching leads to students, especially students of color, having more academic success, increased engagement, and better attendance. By providing culturally-relevant farm to school education, we can connect students to local agriculture and encourage students to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.


Workshop Slides

workshop slides


Workshop Recording


Workshop Resources

Download Eating Learning Growing: A Delicious Guide to Culturally Relevant Farm to School Education 

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Social Justice Standards

Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain by Zaretta Hammond 

Please reach out to Cindy Hu, Education Program Manager with any questions.