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Farm to Cafeteria Canada News
November 2021
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In partnership with Whole Kids Foundation, we’re pleased to share the details of our fourth cycle of the Farm to School Canada Grants program which is now open!

Applications must be submitted using our online form by Monday, January 31, 2022, 11:59 pm PST

To get started:

  1. Review the 2022 Grant Guidelines

  2. Attend a webinar for a step-by-step review of the Grant Application. We will have time for live Q&A (recordings will be posted)
        • Monday, November 22 3-4pm EST (ENGLISH) – click to register
        • Monday, November 22, 4:30-5:30pm EST (FRENCH) – click to register

  3. Prepare responses to the full grant application

Get Started!
About the grants

Delivered directly to schools, Farm to School Canada Grants are valued at up to $10,000 each and are designed to bring more healthy, local foods into school communities. They support hands-on food literacy, including growing, harvesting and cooking food at school; and school meal services such as salad bars that allow students to build their own bowls or create their own plates.
 
Since 2016, 133 K-12 schools in 9 provinces and 1 territory have received grants. 
Could yours be next?
Visit our website for full grant details!


Farm to Cafeteria Canada presents Farm to School: Canada Digs In!

Want to learn about the impact a Farm to School Canada Grant can have on school communities? 

This video highlights the experience of one school and how the grant has been a win-win-win for students, farmers, other local producers, and their community.

What we teach our students, and how we nourish them, will directly impact our communities — and that ‘win-win-win’ can all start with getting young people excited about healthy, local food.

Read the full blog post here

Looking for more ideas on how the grants can be implemented in your school community?

  • Browse through our grantee school stories here 

  • Be sure to check out our farm to school Resource Centre.

  • And follow us on our social media channels to stay up to date with all things grants

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Farm to School: Canada Digs In! video


10 Ways to Get Involved!

Whether you are brand new to Farm to Cafeteria Canada, or a long-time member of the community, there are lots of ways to get involved!  

Get Involved

Stay connected!

Join our Facebook Group to stay connected to stories about farm to school, farm to campus stories as well as stories that touch on the many facets of food systems. You can also pose questions, share resources. We are also on Twitter.

If you know a colleague or friend who would like to know more about our farm to school work, invite them to sign up here.

 



Farm to Cafeteria Canada’s team and project partners acknowledge that we live, work and play on the ancestral lands of the diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis people of what we now call Canada. Farm to Cafeteria Canada is committed to reflecting, honouring and amplifying Indigenous voices, perspectives and values in our work. To learn more please visit our Nourishing Relations page. To learn the traditional territories on which our individual team members are located, please visit our team page.

Do you have a story to share for the next edition of our newsletter?
Email us at info@farmtocafeteriacanada.ca
 

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