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Richmond Elementary School Farm to School Program
In our first three years, we have enjoyed carrot picking at Jericho Settlers Farm…
after school enrichment activities…
Adopt a Maple Tree with the Giroux Family Sugarworks…
Adopt a Maple Tree with the Giroux Family Sugarworks…
pesto and pickle making parties…
gleaning at Monitor Farms…
with the VYCC program…
broccoli, kale, chard…
we collected a carload!
With the support of our whole school community…
We’re feeding kids’ minds… from the ground up.
Plants & Vegetables By: Eva Abbruzzese. Why are they important to me? Plants are natural resources from the earth In order to live we have to eat We feed.
Farm Name – Location, WA Apples. Farm Name – Location, WA Tomatoes.
Dale Rhoads Rhoads Farm Nashville, Indiana.
Companion Plants which plants like growing next to each other Plant friendships. Imagine if you were stuck in the ground next to a plant that attracts.
Plants That We Eat The Parts of a Plant We Eat Fruits Flowers Seeds Stem Leaves Roots.
Thinking about lunch…over the years How much has the School Lunch Program cost over the years (nationally)? The cost of school lunch program has increased.
What kind of noodles are they? beef and tomato noodles. chicken and cabbage noodles. mutton and potato noodles. Special 1 Special 2 Special 3.
Nectarines had the highest percentage of samples test positive for pesticides (97.3%) Peaches (96.7%) Apples (94.1%) Peaches had the highest likelihood.
SEATTLE TILTH FARM WORKS CSA Examples. Sample CSA Boxes Sample CSA Boxes.
Mushroom tomato pepper cucumber potato cabbage onion carrot peas lettuce egg-plant CHOOSE Play Time!
The Fourth Season Project. ICF will add the site previously occupied by Intervale Compost: two fields totaling about 8 acres of cropland, a parking.
Power point by: TALYA Animal ART. Why I think animals should stay out of zoo’s I think animals should stay out of zoo’s because the people that work there.
Guess the Veg. Our food comes from all over the world! A lot of our food comes from the continent of Africa. This includes a lot of the fruit and vegetables.
1 st Grade Review of Plants By Mrs. Marx Creeds Elementary School 2008.
Celebrating National Farm to School Month. What is NC Farm to School? Program of NC Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Option for child nutrition.
A.J. Whittenburg Organic Garden Service Learning Project.
All images used are courtesy of Creative Commons Licensing.
Smrha-Monroe Family Photo Highlights from August to November 2006.
Terhune Orchards- ●Family run business ●Fruit and vegetable farm ●Open to the public ●Care for our land, our community and our future.
Alannah Lodder. Animals on farms Pigs Sheep Cow Goat Chicken Sheep dog horses.
Welcome to the English Quiz Start Do you know the name of these vegetables? carrot cabbage Click the right answer :
Broccoli & Cauliflower. One Big Happy Family Broccoli & Cauliflower: Branches on the cabbage family tree Cabbage Family (Brassicaceae) Broccoli (B. oleracea)
7.02 – ESTABLISH A GARDEN. Seeds Fall Vegetable seeds such as lettuce, kale, mustard, broccoli, cabbage, collards, radish and onions are examples of.
Vegetable Parts Parts? What Kind of Parts?. Vegetable parts Leaf Stem Flowers Fruit Root Seeds.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) SUCCESS STORIES Nevada Agricultural Summit Fallon Nevada December 1 – 2, 2006.
Fruit and Vegetables By Mrs Wickham What will we learn today? Not only will we learn about different fruits and vegetables but we are also going to use.
Explaining the Organic Food Trend By: Nicole Grimes.
How We Eat Food EE 12/10/02. In China and at My House This is noodles and dumplings. I had them in China.
SURVEY TIME!. Do you like CORN? Corn Cauliflower.
HBCG Round Table October 21, Meet your fellow gardeners Planting for Fall and Winter Gopher Trapping Demonstration Lessons Learned from Summer Gardening.
1.About Zenger 2.Incentive Experience 3.What is RxCSA? 4.How RxCSA works 5.Why RxCSA?
Concord School First year of our Kitchen Garden Journey Teacher: Jane Stacey.
Globe Artichoke. Jerusalem Artichoke Asparagus Red Cabbage.
What Do You Want? Broccoli, chocolate, Cabbages, oranges, Yum, yum, yum. Tomatoes, potatoes, Carrots, peppers, Yum, yum, yum. Come and look at these,
Backyard Organic Vegetable Gardening Max Apton Farm Manager, Amawalk Farm Owner, The Farmer’s Garden.
USDA Food Pyramid and Healthy Eating Presented by Samantha Hay for Elementary Students Grades K-3 and their parents!
Coles Learning Gardens 2013-’14 Newsletter Supported by the Coles PTA “Patience, Planning, and Purpose”
Healthy Soil: Dirt for Lunch. Where Does Our Food Come From? Grocery Store Restaurant School.
Section A 1a-1c. What does she look like? What is she doing? She is eating noodles.
Chives lettuce lettuce thyme corn chilli tomato Spring onion cucumber beetroot potato eggplant leeks Green basil purple basil beans spinach parsley zucchini.
Vegetables. Types of Vegetables Hundreds of different kinds of vegetables are available in the market-place. They are colorful, flavorful and nutritious.
Artichoke Bean Beet Broccoli Brussel sprouts Burdock.
© British Nutrition Foundation 2012 Where does food come from? PowerPoint 301.
A & W Catering Cuisine. We design with you in mind!
Community Service Project By: Fenton Rainey. What is the problem? The problem is children not knowing or being taught the importance of the environment.
Mobilization for War. Rationing Starting in 1941, the government rationed foods like sugar, butter, milk, cheese, eggs, coffee, meat and canned goods.
Healthy Foods for School-Age Children by Drew Smith and Kyle Stern.
Healthy Body Healthy Mind Presented by: Sueson Vess.
Urban Agriculture. What is a Green Roof Green roofs supplement traditional vegetation without disrupting urban infrastructure -- they take a neglected.
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