Enrichment activities engage students in exploring the bounty of California-grown fruits and vegetables in after-school, out-of-school, and summer programs.
An interactive guide for educators, students, and advocates that explores how food systems and our changing climate interact, and how personal choices can make a difference.
Fun and educational coloring pages with fruits and vegetables.
“Free school meals for all is based on a simple, compelling premise: universal schools, universal meals.” Senator Nancy Skinner (D-Oakland), Center for Ecoliteracy Board Member
COVID-19 resources, toolkits, and tip sheets that support school nutrition programs during emergency meal service.
This free series offers an opportunity for districts to connect with one another, share ideas, and build connections with partners across the state.
A framework for integrated learning based on food and food production.
Showcases inspiring sustainability-education stories of schools across the country. David W. Orr says it's "must reading."
Ecoliterate brings you stories of educators, activists, and students who nourish emotional, social, and ecological intelligence in order to engage ecoliteracy.
Get ideas, inspiration, and knowledge to help you teach and model sustainable living in your school
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