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Farm to School

“Farm to School: Parents Dig It!”

2016 | Colorado Farm to School

This short blog post shares how parents can become involved to make feasible farm to school change happen in their district.

139 Ways to Say “Thank-You” and Recognize Volunteers

OSU Extension

Ohio State University Extension created a list of 139 ways to say thank you and recognize volunteers. There is also an introduction on the importance of volunteers, recognition, and motivation.

2017 SNAP-Ed Plan Guidance


This extensive SNAP-Ed planning guide has components that can be adapted to farm to school project planning including budget templates, evaluation resources, PSE project ideas and many other resources focused on child nutrition.

2018 Vermont Farm to School Case Studies

2018 | Vermont FEED

Vermont schools are embracing a wide range of Farm to School experiences. In order to illustrate how Farm to School programming could work in early care and K-12 schools, we chose five examples from across the state. They are diverse not only in experiences but also in terms of student population, grade level, socioeconomic representation, and approaches to Farm to School.

7 Ways To Appreciate Your Volunteers

2012 | Volunteer Match

Volunteer Match shares a few great tips on how to appreciate volunteers during their service or afterwards in recognition events. Volunteer Match is also a great resource to list volunteer postings onto.

A Farm Field Trip Guide: A Hands on Curriculum for Farm Based Education

2012 | Cornell University Farm to School Outreach

This in-depth guide covers all the basics in planning a farm field trip. Tips for farmers and teachers are particularly helpful. Furthermore, there are 19 unique farm focused lesson plans that can easily be adapted to most farm topics.

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