A few weeks ago, a group of Ronan 2nd graders were asked to identify what Montana is famous for. Their list included: “big sky, wilderness and lentils.” Born and raised in Montana, I know that more than twice as many cows as people live in our state —...
After making and eating Potato, Black Bean and Swiss Chard Hash in our class focusing on stems — you know, the part of a plant that moves water and nutrients up a plant, and sugars or “plant food” back down — one of the second graders approached me to say, “That...
How on earth do you teach nutrition to first graders?! They have been instructed that they should eat healthy to grow big and strong, as most of us were told when we were small, but what does that really mean when you’re only six years old? But tell a first grader...
Interested in learning how FoodCorps Montana has been creating a healthy food environment for schoolkids across Montana? Read the 2013 FoodCorps Montana Evaluation Report to get the dirt on what has made FoodCorps Montana such a hit in communities across the state.
Check out this beautiful video about getting MT beef into MT school lunchrooms made by former FoodCorps fellow Lea Howe. Learn more about beef to schools and other farm to cafeteria programs at farmtocafeteria.ncat.org.
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