FoodShare’s Lessons Learned from School Grown

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Author: Josie Di Felice

Posted: May 11, 2016

Categories: Edible Education Network / GoodFoodBites / News from Sustain Members / Schools / Webinars

Lessons Learned in School GrownFoodShare’s School Grown is sharing the many lessons learned in their schoolyard farming project.  The fruits of their labour are contained in a number of online resources including recorded webinars with complementary downloadable resources:

Youth as Curriculum Writers considers why it’s important to center youth voices in food justice work, and the process School Grown used for collectively authoring a school farming curriculum.

Crop Planning & Harvesting at a School Farm looks at how they decide what to grow, methods for identifying what crops to grow, and when/where to grow them.

Selling at Farmers Markets shares their secrets for selling produce and training students for a successful farmers’ market shift.

Crowdfunding 101 shares tips for building successful campaigns and reaching fundraising goals.

For more education resources for growing food and food literacy, visit FoodShare Toronto.