Going Local- Paths to Success for Farm to School Programs
“Going Local” showcases innovative farm to school programs from around the country. Case studies highlight program operations and accomplishments as well as the barriers that have been faced and the tactics used to overcome these challenges.
With case studies from California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Oregon, the publication provides a snapshot of the diverse ways in which farm to school is making a difference nationwide – from a local food-based curriculum in Chicago, to a focus on transportation and distribution in Massachusetts, to utilizing the Department of Defense produce buyers in Michigan, the report highlights strategies that can help farm to school practitioners and advocates of healthy kids and farms build successful programs in their home communities.
|Published By:||Center for Food & Justice / Community Food Security Coalition / National Farm to School Program||Publication Date:||December 2006|
|Content Type:||Case Studies|
|State:||California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oregon|