Sharing Indigenous Cooking Traditions in New Mexico
The partnership will support nutrition education and healthy school meals in five states and provide opportunities to strengthen farm-to-school connections during the 2019-2020 school year.
“My FoodCorps experience has solidified my belief that healthy, sustainable food should be available to every community.”
With the rollout of My Way Cafe in Boston, students can choose and customize healthy, delicious school lunches.
The USDA’s proposed changes to SNAP could affect nearly 1 million kids. Here are the other food policy updates you need to know this month.
The farm to school movement is here to stay! Here are 10 nonprofits working to bring local food and agriculture education to schools across the country.
FoodCorps will provide food education to over 3,500 Michigan students this year, with a goal of 6,000 young Michiganders embracing healthier habits by 2020.
If we want to create a more sustainable food system, school meals are a great place to start. Here are some ways sustainability is becoming a reality.
Kids need proper nutrition to maximize their learning potential. That’s why FoodCorps is reimagining school cafeterias.
Too many school kitchens and cafeterias are ill-equipped to serve kids healthy, delicious foods. The School Food Modernization Act is the solution.
reWorking Lunch brings together leaders across the school food sector to collaborate on a new, shared vision for our school meal system.