Media Coverage of Farm to SchoolSee what the media is saying about Farm to School
Daily Oklahoman mentioned Farm to School as a state program that can help in preventative health. “Preventative Health Measures Needed” – October 1, 2011
Article in the Daily Oklahoman mentions Farm to School as one of the state’s programs to help aid in combating childhood obesity.
Interview with Farm to School Coordinator Chris Kirby The Oklahoman recently published a question-and-answer session with Chris Kirby, the Farm to School Coordinator at the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry.
Food program brings together schools, farmers USAToday – 3/24/2008
Farm to School A Hit with Students Article by Kendra Blevins – GTR News Online
Edmond Schools Use Salad Bars, Farm to School Program to urge Nutrition Patty Miller – The Edmond Sun
Schools revise programs as prices rise – Pryor Daily News Putting food on the table
Oklahoma Farm to School News
This week we’re focusing on birthdays. Even if your birthday isn’t happening during this time, it’s pretty likely that you know someone who will be celebrating their birthday a little bit differently this year.
This week we’re focusing on canned tomatoes. Canned tomatoes are convenient because they last a long time in your pantry—and so does pasta, which is a great partner for tomatoes!
March is National Nutrition Month Overview Is your school looking for ways to coordinate your nutrition education efforts? Consider celebrating National Nutrition Month during March! This annual observance is a nutrition education campaign led by the Academy of...
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Introduction to Farm to School (2006)
Vici Grimes, Child Nutrition Director for Stillwater Public Schools with Connie Whitmore of Whitmore Farms, were one of the pioneers of the Oklahoma Farm to School Program. This video was produced in 2006 as an introduction to schools to the new Farm to School Program. Video was produced by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.