Ten titles to use in elementary school classrooms.
Designed to help farmers, teachers, and community members learn how to use farms for education, and connect them to the community.
A starter “how to” for organizing a school committee to develop a Farm to School program written by Vermont FEED. This Guide can be downloaded for free on Vermont FEED's website.
This guide is designed to help schools, and particularly food service, reconnect with local food systems through their school food programs. Download it for free from Vermont FEED's website.
Tools and resources to help implement a taste testing program in your school.
Vermont Community Garden Network provides an extensive list of resources to support both community and school gardens.
Visit the GMFTS website for many resources for school gardens, compost programs, farm field trips, and many more.
The website offers materials and resources to promote fresh, seasonal produce in Vermont, but can easily be adapted for use elsewhere.
KidsGardening is a national nonprofit with the mission of inspiring and supporting educators, parents and community organizations in their efforts to grow successful youth garden programs.
More than 75 recipes for school kitchens to prepare healthy, locally-sourced meals for their students. The cookbook can be downloaded for free on Vermont FEED's website.
So, you've mastered fruits and veggies in your school garden? Bees and chickens can be the next step!
High Mowing provides seeds for schools all over Vermont and the nation. Visit our website to apply for a seed donation.
This is a guide for food service directors and staff and community advocates, particularly from culturally diverse school districts.
A website designed to provide information and resources about school nutrition for school food service professionals, administrators, parents and concerned citizens living in Vermont.