Presentations and Resources from Jan 10 Facilitating Connections Along the Food Value Chain Workshop
Presentations given in Greenbelt Fund's Jan 10 Facilitating Connections Along the Food Value Chain Workshop.
George Brown Local Food Training Manual, Recipe Book and Procurement Guide for St. Michael's Hospital and Toronto District Schoolboard
George Brown College's Hospitality and Culinary Arts program partnered with St. Michael's Hospital and Toronto District Schoolboard to create an easy-to-use guide for kitchen staff at St. Michael's to learn how, where and when of local food purchasing and preparation.
“Getting it There: The Role of New England Food Distributors in Providing Local Food to Institutions” presents in-depth findings and makes specific, data-based recommendations for food distributors – including food hubs – as well as government officials, funders and institutions.
The Alternative Avenues for Local Food Procurement in Ontario Schools project seeks to address the need for assessment, analysis, training, and barrier identification to increase the quantity of local foods procured in Ontario School Boards.
FoodShare’s step-by-step process guide for facilitating interactive activities for children, including role playing demonstrations of how apples are grown, farmed, and used in the food system.
FoodShare created a complete activity guide on how schools can participate in the Great Big Crunch. The Guide can be found here.
FoodShare’s sample discussion questions and activities help engage students to learn about Ontario apples by drawing on several apple themed story books, including How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World.