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Keep Your Heart Healthy With Heart BEET Hummus!

In honor of National Heart Health Month, what better way to celebrate than by whipping up a batch of this delicious hummus? This year we launched our own hummus kits for school lunch and our students can’t get enough!  166 more words

Farm To School

Farm to School

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“Farm to School” is a term which strives to bring locally produced foods into school cafeterias; hands-on learning activities such as farm visits, pr​oducers visiting schools, school gardening, and culinary classes; and the integration of food-related education into the standards-based classroom curriculum. 301 more words


Presentations from the 2016 Mississippi Blueberry Education Workshop

The 2016 Mississippi Blueberry Education Workshop was held on January 14 in Hattiesburg. There were 55 attendees that heard the following speakers.  To access a PDF copy of each talk (if available), click the linked title. 99 more words


Composting as a class By Nina Atkisson and Ashley Burns

Students in 4th period working together to clean out old composting pile so that we can work as a group and learn while keeping our greenhouse, plants and vegetables clean and organic composting is our ticket to a lifetime supply of premium organic fertilizer. 36 more words

The Sustainable Nantucket Farm to School Program hiring Apprentice

Nantucket, Massachusetts

Farm to School Apprentice

The Sustainable Nantucket Farm to School Program teaches lifetime lessons to island children in nutrition and environmental stewardship though the hands-on process of growing, harvesting, cooking and eating food.  248 more words

New England

2016 Mississippi Blueberry Workshop

The 2016 Mississippi Blueberry Educational Workshop will be held in Hattiesburg on January 14, 2016 from 1-5pm.  Several topics will be covered including mechanized harvest, Farm-to-School, Social Media marketing, blueberry cultivars, and disease control basics. 19 more words


So many sunchokes!

Friday, the Agricultural Science class harvested Jerusalem artichokes…40 pounds of them! We can’t wait to try them for lunch this week. When eaten raw, they are kind of like a mild ginger or carrot. 89 more words