Say “Yes!” to Good Food Education: A Good Food Education Resource Guide

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Author: Josie Di Felice

Posted: July 18, 2013

Categories: Edible Education Network / Food in the News / Good Food Ideas for Kids / GoodFoodBites / News from Sustain Ontario / Research

This Good Food Education Resource Guide takes a look at a multitude of inspiring stories from across Ontario of organizations connecting young people to good food through the understanding and appreciation of the food they eat. The guide also offers insight and recommendations for effective good food education work.

The guide is meant for anyone interested in helping to connect children and youth with good food. Particularly, it is aimed at people who are working in some way as educators or community organizers, for instance: teachers, administrators or school board members, a non-profit organization, a public health official, or a parent hoping to lead an initiative.

Read and share this great Resource Guide here!

The Guide was completed as part of a collaborative project led by the Institute for Community Engaged Scholarship/Research Shop and Sustain Ontario. Advisory Group members who helped oversee the project included representatives of Everdale Organic Farm and Environmental Learning Centre, FoodShare, Ontario Agri-Food Education Inc., the Ontario Edible Education Network, and OMAFRA’s Business Development Branch.