Everything we eat has a story to tell. The Abundant California suite teaches students in grades 3–5 about California crops and introduces them to the food system that sustains us all.
Enrichment activities engage students in exploring the bounty of California-grown fruits and vegetables in after-school, out-of-school, and summer programs.
Fun and educational coloring pages with fruits and vegetables.
The Center for Ecoliteracy gathered with fellow co-sponsors and state leaders to celebrate the landmark policy at the state’s largest school district.
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.
As the new school year begins, school nutrition leaders share their thoughts with the Center for Ecoliteracy on California’s historic $2 billion investment in school meal programs.
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