Lessons, articles, and principles to further ecological teaching and learning

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California's Climate-Smart Farms Activities

How does climate change affect the foods we eat? How does our food affect climate change? And how can we develop healthy responses to meet the climate challenges our young people will face?

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Eating Learning Growing Resources

Designed to help educators extend, enhance, and enrich farm to school lessons to be more culturally relevant and engaging for the unique students in each learning environment.

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Farm to School

Our bilingual short film showcases the Pajaro Valley Unified School District and the power of youth leadership in the farm to school movement.

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Bay Area Bountiful: The Center for Ecoliteracy

Hear from the Center for Ecoliteracy and Santa Clara Unified School District on the value of connecting the school farm to the classroom and cafeteria.

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Jennifer Lew Vang with students at lunch table

Julien Elementary Students Enjoy California-Grown Produce in the Central Valley

Jennifer Lew-Vang, Registered Dietician and Director of Child Nutrition for Turlock Unified School District, is on a mission to introduce students to new local foods.

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Eating Learning Growing

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

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