Search Results for 'Farm to School'

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  • Videos {media:changing-school-food-a-resource-for-parents-advocates} Parents and community leaders in Boulder, Colorado reflect on the process of changing school food and the impact that it had on their district. {media:changing-school-food} Chef Ann reflects on the significance of food in all of our lives, cafeterias as part of our children’s learning environment, and school food as...
  • With a shared passion for bringing healthier food into schools across the country, Chef Ann Foundation and The Dannon Company, LLC have teamed up to create a recipe contest featuring one key ingredient: yogurt!Get creative and show us how you make savory dishes featuring yogurt that credits to...
  • Dine at participating restaurants throughout October to support healthier school food!The Program: To educate and inform the public about the importance of serving our children healthy, scratch-cooked meals in school, we host culinary challenges with community partners. This year we are taking it national with our supporters in the restaurant space. The...
  • The USDA Farm to School five-part video series features testimonials from more than 30 USDA Farm to School grantees and highlight the many ways in which the grantees are bringing the farm to school. Chef Ann Cooper speaks on behalf of Boulder Valley School District on promoting your farm to school program.

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  • Most American schools today are faced with such overwhelming budget difficulties that providing more healthy food options for students is simply not feasible. Unfortunately, not only can a poor diet greatly increase students’ risk for obesity and other health issues...

  • Bring your school or district's team of farm to school stakeholders to the Edible Schoolyard Intensive to strengthen your holistic approach to long-term program success. The three-day training, presented in partnership with the Chef Ann Foundation, will focus on relationships between food service staff members, school and district leadership, and classroom, garden and kitchen educators. Participants will learn strategies for integrating innovative food procurement and hands-on experiential learning that teaches children how to grow, cook, understand, and value food in their daily lives.

    Chef Ann Cooper will be leading the "School Food Track" of the program, holding training sessions on farm to school, recipe development, menu planning, school food finance, procurement and marketing.

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